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  • GiRiMama33
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    When I worked there in the late 80's at the Star Trader, we would take a tunnel from Tomorrowland to Fronteirland in order to watch Tinkerbell fly from the Matterhorn into a mattress.

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  • mratigan
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    Originally posted by Autopia View Post
    Not really...There is the already mentioned tunnel for access to the rocket rods station.And there is the tomorrowland tunnel that run from behind the innoventions building to just behind pixie hallow, with access to the TLT stage and the TLT trash compactor. Other than that, there are two road tunnels on property. One runs behind the fantasyland theater to allow delivery access to big thunder ranch and the boat dock for storybook. The other runs under the "hedge wall" that is out by harbor blvd at the east end of the bus station area and allows direct access between DL and DCA back of house areas.Other than those four, there are maybe a few basement level hallways around the resort, but those aren't really tunnels in the normal sense.
    Doesn't the "tunnel" in fantasy land cut through a hill?

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  • Autopia
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    Originally posted by mratigan View Post
    I know Disneyland was made with tunnels
    i was hoping to see blueprints or maps of them
    Not really...

    There is the already mentioned tunnel for access to the rocket rods station.

    And there is the tomorrowland tunnel that run from behind the innoventions building to just behind pixie hallow, with access to the TLT stage and the TLT trash compactor. Other than that, there are two road tunnels on property. One runs behind the fantasyland theater to allow delivery access to big thunder ranch and the boat dock for storybook. The other runs under the "hedge wall" that is out by harbor blvd at the east end of the bus station area and allows direct access between DL and DCA back of house areas.

    Other than those four, there are maybe a few basement level hallways around the resort, but those aren't really tunnels in the normal sense.

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  • Rex Dopey24
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    tomorrowland and where the rocket rods area that has underground tunnel

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  • mratigan
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    I know Disneyland was not made with tunnels
    i was hoping to see blueprints or maps of them
    Last edited by mratigan; 10-17-2012, 03:58 AM.

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  • Popcornballs
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    You were hop to see them where? Do you mean a tour or something?

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  • Rex Dopey24
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    thanks. love seeing rocket rods underground line

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  • dfan07
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    Here are pics of the Rocket Rods queue tunnel:
    http://micechat.com/forums/disneylan...post1056019244

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    explodingboy is right. Disneyland was not built with tunnels like the Magic Kingdom in Florida. In fact, it was Disneyland's lack of efficient navigation that gave designers the idea to include a level of tunnels and offices below the park, even though there was much more room in Florida to include park infrastructure above ground.

    That being said, there are some localized underground tunnels in Disneyland. The Indy queue is sort of one of them, while there is another connecting the Peoplemover Loading tower with one of the nearby buildings. If my memory serves me correctly, there is also a tunnel connecting the Tomorrowland terrace stage to the building.

    Resort wide, there is also another visible tunnel backstage. It connects the service roads on the east sides of Disneyland and DCA, travelling under the shuttle and toy story lot bus loading areas.

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  • explodingboy
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    I think you may be thinking of WDW, which has way more underground tunnels than Disneyland.

    Disney Fact or Fiction: Tunnels - YouTube

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  • mratigan
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    underground

    i was hoping to see pics of the tunnels/basements in the resort
    (i know the lust tunnels:shy i know about the
    Tommarowland
    NOS
    Fantasyland tunnels
    any more around the resort?
    thanks

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