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  • Aerial photo of TDR??

    Hi all,

    I've seen aerial photos of the other resorts, but never TDR. Does anyone have one?
    Thanks!
    Jeff

  • #2
    I only have one but it's not a good one... you can see TDS in the foreground and TDL in the back, but the angle is not that great and is too low to appreciate.

    http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/Albu...221&a=31716454

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    • #3
      Thanks! I'd love to see something of the whole resort someday like can be found on Terraserver

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Peabody
        Hi all,

        I've seen aerial photos of the other resorts, but never TDR. Does anyone have one?
        Thanks!
        Jeff
        Check out this link:http://www4.airnet.ne.jp/tdr-3d/index2.htm

        Scroll down and click on aerial photo.

        It's in japanese but you get the idea. These are satellite photos of the resort. I hope this helps. And also check his website he has some cool photos from around the resort, parades, etc.

        Last edited by aralechn; 04-12-2005, 07:53 AM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by aktiv8
          Check out this link:http://www4.airnet.ne.jp/tdr-3d/index2.htm

          Scroll down and click on aerial photo.

          It's in japanese but you get the idea. These are satellite photos of the resort. I hope this helps. And also check his website he has some cool photos from around the resort, parades, etc.

          Hit the "English" tab on the upper left side of the page first, then scroll down to the "aerial photo" link. That is a great link aktiv8!! Thanks for sharing it!!!

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          • #6
            Thanks! I can't figure out how to make the pics larger. Can you?

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            • #7
              Where it says "Go sereograph" above the pics, hit the blue box that says "cross view". That makes it a bit bigger but not by that much.

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              • #8
                You're welcome!!! Glad you guys like it!!!

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                • #9
                  Hello.

                  Please click the following link, in order to see the aerial photograph of TDR. The photograph was uploaded to suit Peabody's hope. And, I do not have the photograph of more high resolution.

                  http://www4.airnet.ne.jp/tdr-3d/temp/aerial1.jpg
                  http://www4.airnet.ne.jp/tdr-3d/temp/aerial2.jpg

                  Thank you.

                  ---------------
                  kamosan

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                  • #10
                    Kamosan, did you take this photograph (aerial1.jpg)? Was it from one of the helicopter tours?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by DisneyLurker
                      Kamosan, did you take this photograph (aerial1.jpg)? Was it from one of the helicopter tours?
                      This photograph (aerial1.jpg) was taken from the window of the airplane of a domestic airline. The Haneda airport is located in near TDR. And the domestic airline which goes to Hokkaido from there passes above the TDR.
                      I took a photograph from the airplane.

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                      • #12
                        I found this TDR aerial shot on airliners.net. This was taken from a flight out of Haneda Airport probably taken around 1999 or 2000 as you can see Tokyo Disneysea is under construction.
                        Enjoy!

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                        • #13
                          Sorry, here's the link.

                          Aerial shot of Tokyo Disney Resort from airliners.net

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                          • #14
                            TDS was still under construction on that photo, and yes, that appear to be the angle from which planes sometimes fly over TDR.. Cool photo.

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                            • #15
                              Thanks for the information. Yes, I agree, great pictures.

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