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Details on 7 Dwarfs Mine Train's Interactive Queue from the Disney Parks Blog

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  • News Details on 7 Dwarfs Mine Train's Interactive Queue from the Disney Parks Blog

    All in the Details: Jewel Sorting & More Inside Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Queue at Magic Kingdom Park

    According to our friends from Walt Disney Imagineering, first up inside the interactive queue is a jewel sorting station. As the jewels flow by in a 15-foot wooden sluice, guests will be able to drag them into different trays, matching them by color and shape (the gems come in four different sizes and six colors). Something to look for here is that a melody from the film “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” can be created when guests move from spigot to spigot.
    Last edited by dland_lover; 05-08-2014, 04:48 AM. Reason: Pared down article and removed hotlinked images to avoid copyright infringment, per MiceChat policy.
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    Re: Details on 7 Dwarfs Mine Train's Interactive Queue from the Disney Parks Blog

    looks pretty cool
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      Re: Details on 7 Dwarfs Mine Train's Interactive Queue from the Disney Parks Blog

      The jewel sluice is going to make this the most addictive queue ever. I don't play these games but it sounds like the addictive Bejeweled or Candy Crush.
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        Re: Details on 7 Dwarfs Mine Train's Interactive Queue from the Disney Parks Blog

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