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Chris is a 3D printing enthusiast out of Chicago and a big Disney fan. He’s on a quest to produce 3D printed versions of every Disney ride vehicle and he picked a perfect one to start with, the People Mover … Continue reading
The Progress City model has returned from a brief refurbishment at the Magic Kingdom. There was some hope that they would give the model some much needed TLC and perhaps restore some of the functionality, alas, it was really very … Continue reading
We came to ride Space Mountain but it was 101 (Disney speak for non-operational). So in hopes of a chance to ride through the building we ran over to the Peoplemover. Luck was with us and the lights were on. … Continue reading
When the President of Disneyland hints the PeopleMover is returning to the resort, can you take him at his word? This is the question going through the minds of Disney fans today. A D23′s Destination D mini-expo a fan asked … Continue reading