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  • [Fun] Which Did You Prefer?

    Just a fun question I think, which did you prefer when both Autopia tracks existed, Fantasyland or Tomorrowland?
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    Re: Which Did You Prefer?

    Fantasyland. More shade and slightly better theming if that makes sense
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      Re: Which Did You Prefer?

      Wasn't the Fantasyland ride for much smaller children, ie; Midget autopia or something like that?

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        Re: Which Did You Prefer?

        Originally posted by ScottG View Post
        Wasn't the Fantasyland ride for much smaller children, ie; Midget autopia or something like that?
        no, ur thinking of the midget autopia, fantasyland autopia was a seperate track but identical to Tomorrowland's except for the track layout.
        "Walt Disney World may have more than Disneyland, but Disneyland has quality, and quality triumphs over quantity" -DL_CRAZE
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          Re: Which Did You Prefer?

          I did like the Fantasyland side better when I was little.

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            Which was the side that had the bridge that went over the Motorboat Lagoon? That one.

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              Re: Which Did You Prefer?

              Originally posted by DL_CRAZE View Post
              no, ur thinking of the midget autopia, fantasyland autopia was a seperate track but identical to Tomorrowland's except for the track layout.
              I didn't realized there were two seperate rides at the same time.
              Thanks for the history lesson. :smart:

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