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Would a bone yard of wdw old rides and attraction sets be cool?

Discussion in 'Past Attractions' started by POLY LOVER, Aug 11, 2015.

  1. POLY LOVER

    POLY LOVER Well-Known Member

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    what would you like to be able to tour through, I would like to see maybe one of the old submarines from 20,000 leagues. Maybe that would help us nostalgic types keep the memory's we have of the old rides long gone.
     
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    Goofyernmost Well-Known Member

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    1. The last thing that they would want to do would be to remind long time fans of what isn't there anymore.
    2. You probably should have thought of that 40 some years ago... kinda late now.
    3. What would they call it... WhereDreamsGoToDieLand?
     
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    matt9112 Well-Known Member

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    rolling on the floor. forgot to mention most people wouldn't care and it would take up alot of space.
     
  4. POLY LOVER

    POLY LOVER Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    We still like to see the memorabilia. Why do we have rides dedicated to animated movies they don,t make any more? I think people would like to see the old ride or pieces that represent them. I'd call it Disney retro
     
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    mouse_luv Well-Known Member

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    It's called the non-existent yet still exists (just not for paying guests) Backlot Tour at DHS lol!:hilarious:
     
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    Chef Kronk Well-Known Member

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    I have a good place to put it: The Boneyard at DAK:hilarious:
     
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    PhotoDave219 Well-Known Member

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    I believe one is still around....
     
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    Why would they make a park full of old rides that either A. went down in popularity or B. costed too much money to run? I doubt ppl would go "Gee, i sure wanna go to the 5th park so i can see great attractions such as Journey into Narnia: Prince Caspian".
     
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  9. Clarissa McDaniel

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    I like the idea. A museum of sorts for old attractions. Nostalgia has a place but maybe not in the parks.
     
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    OliveMcFly Well-Known Member

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    That was my thought. There was something similar in Epcot back in 2008, if I'm correct with my year. Small but included some pieces from Horizons.
     
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    You're a bit rude, sir.
     
  12. Goofyernmost

    Goofyernmost Well-Known Member

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    Sometimes it's hard to tell rude from honesty, especially in a world that has no idea what rude means. (P.S. it doesn't mean that somebody said something you didn't want to hear.)

    Now if I had started the list out with... You are an idiot for even thinking that is a good idea... than that makes it rude. As it was it is just a response in real time.
     
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  13. SplashThunder

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    You just called me an idiot... That is kinda rude. :D:rolleyes: Just kidding! Lol
     
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    I think it would be super cool and is a great idea for Disney geeks like myself. I was not ready so say goodbye to Rognvald, Eric the Red, and Olaf from the Stave church at the Norway pavilion in EPCOT. I would also love to see relics from the Maelstrom, never forget.
    There are so many great things that could be put on display for a stroll down memory lane.
     

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