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  • [Question] Olive Street fabrication shop site

    Can anyone tell me more about the old fabrication shop at 610 Olive Street (on Olive about 3-4 blocks north of Ball)? When did they leave that site? It's housing now. Are there any photos?

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    Re: Olive Street fabrication shop site

    That housing is relatively new. I know for a fact they've been there since at least 2010, but I would imagine they were built a few years prior to that.


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      Re: Olive Street fabrication shop site

      There's a Facebook page for the Olive Facility, with some pictures of the site and what's there now. Or you can check Google Map for 610 Olive St.

      https://www.facebook.com/disneyoliveart

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        Re: Olive Street fabrication shop site

        You can find a few pictures here:

        Kevin Kidney: Disneyland's Fantasmic Models

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