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Tag Archives: pov
Today is the biggest day in motorsports, I wanted to take look at the classic Walt Disney World attraction – Tomorrowland Speedway, which itself has a tie-in to the Indianapolis 500. This complete POV on-ride video of Walt Disney World’s … Continue reading
Reader Dan sends in the following video from Disneyland’s newly refurbished, and slightly upgraded, version of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Big Thunder Mountain has reopened after a long refurbishment. Disney has revamped the track, painted the mountain, added new life … Continue reading
Jeff and Denise from MouseSteps, two of the nicest people you’ll meet at Walt Disney World, take you on a narrated trip through the newly opened Storybook Circus. Along the way they point out a lot of the details and … Continue reading
The Big Thunder Mountain Railroad roller coaster attraction at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is one of the true modern classics. It bridges the best whimsy and detail of classic Imagineering with the talents and technology of the modern era. … Continue reading