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  • Walt's CP Railroad Barn Video Tour

    I wanted to share a hidden Disney Treasure. Just about everybody knows Walt had his own 1/8 scale Railroad in his backyard. What a lot of people don't know is Walt's Barn (where he stored his trains and controlled his layout) and several of his steam trains and a whole lot of personal artifacts are on display and open to the public in Griffith Park.

    It's 25 miles North of Disneyland straight up the 5 Freeway. It's open every third Sunday of each month from 11 am to 3 pm.

    For those who can't make that narrow window, I've shot a video tour and posted it on You Tube. The address is:

    http://www.youtube.com/user/ak4cmo

    It's part of my Disney Chief Magic Official Campaign.

    Keep spreading the magic! Because there's a little Fairy Godmother in all of us!

    All the best!

    Amy Kate
    www.dreamcmo.com/amy

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    very good video, the barn is a magnificent stop for any disney enthusiast...love griffith...
    You can't talk S*** unless your gonna do something about it...

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      I've been there ~ It's wonderful. I got the feeling that I was in a closer place to Walt Disney than in his apartment at the park. (I've been there too). Seeing the benches that Walt made by hand, the "hi-tech" switch map made for him, the invoice of work for the track and tressel, and even the paper towel holder just felt like I was peeking in on his personal stuff. I highly recommend visiting the barn, especially since it's free! The docents there are very knowlegable and you may run into Michael Broggie while you're there (that's great if you're a geek like me!). I could have stayed there all day asking questions and wandering through the incredible collection.

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        Re: Walt's CP Railroad Barn Video Tour

        tag for later

        thanks for posting this
        All your dreams can come true if you have the courage to pursue them. - Walt Disney

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