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Concerning the Mark Twain and Natures Wonderland Minetrain

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  • Concerning the Mark Twain and Natures Wonderland Minetrain

    Okay correct me if I'm wrong. But didn't the Nature's Wonderland train cross over the ROA? If so then did the mark twain just not go all the way around the river?

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    Re: Concerning the Mark Twain and Natures Wonderland Minetrain

    Correcting you. You're wrong.

    The Mine Train ran on the east side of the ROA where BTMRR is now. It stretched back beyond the area where the Frontierland/Fantasyland walkway is.
    Last edited by disneytim; 09-14-2006, 01:22 PM.
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      Re: Concerning the Mark Twain and Natures Wonderland Minetrain

      More info here:

      http://www.micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=37467

      The tunnel/bridge in the pictures was part of the Mine Train.
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        Re: Concerning the Mark Twain and Natures Wonderland Minetrain

        Here's the map:

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          Re: Concerning the Mark Twain and Natures Wonderland Minetrain

          Okay. Thanks for the info. I was just a little mixed-up.

          Didn't they refer to cascade peak as 'Big Thunder Falls'?

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            Re: Concerning the Mark Twain and Natures Wonderland Minetrain

            I do believe that Big Thunder Falls was the largest of the waterfalls on Cascade peak.
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