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  • Indy construction photos?

    Hello, all! I was wondering if any photos of the Indiana Jones Adventure's construction were ever released. I know I've never seen any--amateur, professional, aerial, nothing. It would be great to see some photos of the queue and show building being constructed. You'd think that in the early 90s a project this big would have some photographic documentation.

    And on a side note, does anyone know what material(s) are mainly used for the tunnel of sorts that houses the queue?

    Thanks in advance!


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    I second this, I love construction photos.

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      A little bump, just in case someone with information didn't see this when I posted it...

      Please?

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          Cool stuff, thanks for the post.

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            Dirton, you are now my best friend in the entire world. Thanks for posting these!

            Anyone else with construction photos is still welcome to post them...
            Last edited by Datameister; 04-14-2006, 09:37 PM.

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              that just amazes me to see that iron building turn in to a temple. WOW

              anywoo does any one have anymore.
              pshhh i guess

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                  "that just amazes me to see that iron building turn in to a temple. WOW"

                  Yeah its funny that the construction of the Queue took longer than the ride showroom itself.

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                    :thumbup: I love those. thanks. How did you get those. Got any more?


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                      Did the queue really take longer to build than the show building? I suppose that makes sense, because more work had to go into disguising it.

                      I'd really love to see photos of the queue under construction, if anybody has any.

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                        The queue was complicated because they had to reclaim some of the river in the Jungle Cruise and blow outside the berm!
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                          that metal building looks like the show building to me... you can see the lowered and raised track areas






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                            Originally posted by Dirton












                            Wow, the actual ride building is a lot smaller than what I thought it was! They sure do cram a lot of neat things into such a small space- good show Disney and great pictures!

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                              Wow, amazing photos... You would think there would be more, but mostly on film.. Maybe that's why.. In the digital age we take hundreds of photos, each is for one change in detail.. Back then you took less because its film...

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