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  • Disneyland From Above - pics and possible spoiler

    I spent many minutes exploring the bird's eye view of Disneyland on http://local.live.com/

    I encourage you to check the site out, it's very cool. There is lots to see, of course, including backstage areas could ruin some of the park's magic for sensitive viewers.

    Here were my favorite things (warning - the 4th photo is something of a spoiler so stop scrolling when you get to the Hungry Bear).

    Big Thunder Mountain Railroad - you can see 2 trains running.
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    Matterhorn and Monorail posing together
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    Mark Twain heads toward the Hungry Bear
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    New Orleans Square - the arrow points to the ship masts.
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    Last edited by Monorail Man; 11-04-2006, 09:06 PM. Reason: Please remember, these aerial shots are copyrighted, and have been removed at request of the Windows Live team. Thank you.

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    Re: Disneyland From Above - pics and possible spoiler

    I'm curious... what is that a spoiler of? I've been looking at that mast thing from the Treehouse for years.


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      Re: Disneyland From Above - pics and possible spoiler

      I think he means what the building/s of NOS really looks like. It's one big building not the small shops that it looks like.

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        Re: Disneyland From Above - pics and possible spoiler

        It's cool how they have an updated picture of the DRAINED sub lagoon. Cool!

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          Re: Disneyland From Above - pics and possible spoiler

          Very cool. It's great to get a different view of DL.

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            Re: Disneyland From Above - pics and possible spoiler

            Interesting
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              Re: Disneyland From Above - pics and possible spoiler

              I HOPE nobody thought those masts were a REAL sailing ship in the distance.

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                Re: Disneyland From Above - pics and possible spoiler

                Originally posted by Olympicnut View Post
                I HOPE nobody thought those masts were a REAL sailing ship in the distance.
                Wait, their not? Kidding. It is pretty weird though to see the shops like that. I mean, I knew they weren't individual shops like that, but that was a shocker for some reason. And for some reason it's changed the way I look at them now, but thanks for sharing. That's a cool site!

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                  Re: Disneyland From Above - pics and possible spoiler

                  Originally posted by AlexLoup View Post
                  I think he means what the building/s of NOS really looks like. It's one big building not the small shops that it looks like.
                  Exactly. It's not the exact definition of a "spoiler" but it does kill some of the illusion.

                  I was amazed at how compact Disneyland is. Space Mountain is practically right behind the shops on Main Street, and the main part of Fantasyland (the castle and where all the dark rides are) could fit inside the footprint of Grizzly Rapids at California Adventure.

                  Even though DL is quite compact, as a visitor you still only see a small portion of the entire property.

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                    Re: Disneyland From Above - pics and possible spoiler

                    Originally posted by PianoManBluez View Post
                    It's cool how they have an updated picture of the DRAINED sub lagoon. Cool!
                    That has to be an old pic because Space Mountain is that hiddeous metallic brown.

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