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  • Rainbow Caverns

    I saw this on Wikipedia's article on Big Thunder:
    The remains of the Rainbow Caverns are seen during the first lift on the ride.
    I had never heard this. Is this just Wiki-waste, or are those phosphorescent pools actually lifted from the Mine Train attraction? (I am betting the answer is no)

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    Re: Rainbow Caverns

    I actually heard that when the ride first opened Werner. I don't know where I heard it, but it's something I think about every time I ride through that lift.

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    • #3
      Re: Rainbow Caverns

      It's an homage, but it's not in the exact same location as the original and I doubt they had necessity to take the exact same lights and structure and put it there.

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      • #4
        Re: Rainbow Caverns

        The rainbow ridege caverns used real water and flourescent dye to make it.. so no, they are not the same rainbow caverns... the originals were also more compact and not so open.. it also featured more waterfalls than just the one.

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        • #5
          Re: Rainbow Caverns

          Yea on the first lift hill there is a scene similar to the old rainbow caverns.
          It pays homage but I don't think I would call it "remains".
          Click here for most recent TR with night shots of Tomorrowland! (WDW)

          WDW Photo update <Hidden Mickeys - Details - and SM with the lights on>

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          • #6
            Re: Rainbow Caverns

            The original caverns were located on the other side of the Big Thunder/Mine Train area. They were indeed different--I don't think anything was reused. It's an homage, not a direct lift.

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            • #7
              Re: Rainbow Caverns

              Not the same. New rainbow cavern-esque things were built for that first lift hill, but those aren't the remains of the old Rainbow Caverns...they were built fresh and new for BTMRR.




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