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  • News Mine Train Cars being tested!

    Coming from the West Coast, I have enjoyed watching WDW morph from what it was since I was there last time (both for better or for worse).

    Now this pic from WDW's official Facebook page gets me pumped for the Seven Dwarves Mine Train! :thumbup:

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    Yes, it takes Disney 2 years+ to make one ride, but I'm still excited to ride this whenever I come back!
    Stopping in the middle is
    DISTINCTLY
    UNPATRIOTIC!

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    Re: Mine Train Cars being tested!

    How did you find a WDW Facebook page? I didn't know they had one! How do I get on it?

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      Re: Mine Train Cars being tested!

      Originally posted by BradyNBradleysMom View Post
      How did you find a WDW Facebook page? I didn't know they had one! How do I get on it?
      Easy, just go to the search bar and look up "Walt Disney World" (it's the one with 12 million likes).
      Stopping in the middle is
      DISTINCTLY
      UNPATRIOTIC!

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        Looks great.. as you'd expect from WDI I just don't think I'd want to ride it. [/chicken]
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        "We're not trying to entertain the critics ... I'll take my chances with the public." -
        Walt Disney

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          Re: Mine Train Cars being tested!

          ^I'll take your word for it.. If its the same as Casey Jr. in Paris I might consider it but for now it'll be another one I'll stand and watch.
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          "We're not trying to entertain the critics ... I'll take my chances with the public." -
          Walt Disney

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            Re: Mine Train Cars being tested!

            looking pretty good :-)
            The test of success is not what you do when you are on top. Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom.
            -George S. Patton

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