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  • #21
    Re: Disneyland Behind the scenes map

    Great map, SparkyLD! Thanks for posting it! (And don't hesitate to post any others...)

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    • #22
      Re: Disneyland Behind the scenes map

      That is a cool map, Sparky.

      I can't help you with the red markers. But long ago there was a house that was used for the set of the "Lasssie" TV Series. However, it was torn down to make room for Toontown. If I remember right, the house was about where the fountain infront of Roger Rabbit now sits.

      As purely a guess, I would say at least one of the red marker houses is used as an office for the Circle D Ranch. But I'm just pulling that out of ...er... the air.
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      • #23
        Re: Disneyland Behind the scenes map

        I'm doing my best to add to this, and if you can't figure out the ones that are mine you simply aren't paying attention... :wink:

        Oh, I stuck a title on it, so it can be found. Doesn't seem to be any messaging functions in the collaborative maps, but I might have missed it, too.

        Anyone adding stuff: Please think twice before putting too much detail on the Backstage stuff, lest Disney Legal freak out and try to nuke the whole thing from orbit... (IOW send a Nastygram Cease & Desist Letter to Google to get it removed.)

        It's OK to point out roughly where the backstage offices are, but I don't think they want an exact "Here's the door" location of (for example) the Cash Control office or other very security sensitive places on the map.

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        • #24
          Re: Disneyland Behind the scenes map

          Just added a few more

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          • #25
            Re: Disneyland Behind the scenes map

            Wikimapia has done it all before and better...

            http://www.wikimapia.org/#y=33810650...19&l=0&m=h&v=2

            Check it out. I've been editing that thing for over a year now.
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            • #26
              Re: Disneyland Behind the scenes map

              Originally posted by Autopia View Post
              Uhh, WDI is on the other side of the Park... And its just a few portables that serve as on site offices, as we have the Main Campus up in Glendale (33 miles or something like that up the 5) and thus we dont need a huge on site building a la WDW and other parks.

              And I could swear that payroll was in TDA. Or what on site stuff we have for payroll, that is.
              I don't know, our paystubs are issued from the Space Mountain Building, so I assume that's where payroll is.

              And I was always told that the offices above Pizza Port (if you head up the staircase from the locker hallway next to the main Backstage entrnce) are WDI's.

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              • #27
                Re: Disneyland Behind the scenes map

                Originally posted by glendalais89 View Post
                I don't know, our paystubs are issued from the Space Mountain Building, so I assume that's where payroll is.

                And I was always told that the offices above Pizza Port (if you head up the staircase from the locker hallway next to the main Backstage entrnce) are WDI's.
                Really? Because there is a building over behind the Pirates show building that has a sign on it that says Walt Disney Imagineering. And they even have golf cart spaces marked Imagineering Only.

                And my Paystub shows Group Sales Building as the site. And from what I know, group sales is a part of the Guest Service Building that is to the left of the gates out front.

                But then, offices are shoved in all over the resort where ever they fit. Might as well use all that space that there is.

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