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May 9, 2008: Fantasyland Depot

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  • May 9, 2008: Fantasyland Depot

    Fantasyland used to have a train station. What happened to it? Read about it at Yesterland.

    Please discuss it here.
    Werner Weiss
    Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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    Re: May 9, 2008: Fantasyland Depot

    Really Cool pictures, Werner. I know it's TGIF when you have an update!

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      Re: May 9, 2008: Fantasyland Depot

      Thanks, Werner, for a great article! Well done!

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        Re: May 9, 2008: Fantasyland Depot

        Thanks very much Werner! I've just discovered MiceAge and MiceChat in the last few months and really love your Disneyland history.

        I remember much in this article from personal experience.

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          Re: May 9, 2008: Fantasyland Depot

          Train stations don’t last very long in Fantasyland.
          That's because in Fantasyland, you can fly! (Peter Pan and Dumbo are happy to give you a lift)
          "And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by" (John Masefield)


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            Re: May 9, 2008: Fantasyland Depot

            Originally posted by Hammer View Post
            Thanks very much Werner! I've just discovered MiceAge and MiceChat in the last few months and really love your Disneyland history.

            I remember much in this article from personal experience.
            Welcome to Yesterland, MiceAge, and MiceChat!

            It's scary to remember the details from personal experience, and then to realize that the parents of the children who now enjoy Disneyland weren't born yet when many of these things happened.
            Werner Weiss
            Curator of Yesterland, featuring discontinued Disneyland attractions

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