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The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train standby queue features three interactive games you can play while passing the time. Projects like these are considered part of the Next-Gen technology that’s being introduced with MyMagic+.effectiveffe The first element is a trough game … Continue reading
1972 Walt Disney World postcard. Culled from a family vacation in late 1972 or early 1973, the author isn’t sure, this collection of clips from home movies filmed on 8mm tape is fantastic. There is a documentarian’s eye for scenery … Continue reading
A first look inside the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Fastpass Queue (which is also the ride exit) and my Post-Ride Reaction after filming the ride-mount POV camera (coming soon, I hope). I’ve only been on it once so far. If … Continue reading
Just received this short preview onride Point of View video of the first half of Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. There are no show elements in the preview, but it’s still nice. What do you think?
After years of work, the last piece of New Fantasyland is about to fall into place with the ribbon cutting ceremony for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train roller coaster later this week. Workers are still buzzing around the track taking care … Continue reading