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AstroOrbiter Refurb 2019

shortstop

Well-Known Member
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Getting rid of the rocks and moving/removing the Orbitor is a no-brainer for fixing one of the park’s worst pinch-points, but hey, let’s just keep shaving corners on planters and curbs.
 

iHeartDisneylandCats

Proud Member Since 2016
Tomorrowland looks so much better opened up. I really hope they move or remove Astro Orbiter. If they decide to open that bottleneck permanently, whatever that pile of crap is that is now visible from the hub would need to be addressed next. Looks like something they found at the local trash dump, and I remember thinking it looked terrible in person when I last visited. It makes Mission Breakout look like the Mona Lisa.
 

mickEblu

Well-Known Member
Tomorrowland looks so much better opened up. I really hope they move or remove Astro Orbiter. If they decide to open that bottleneck permanently, whatever that pile of crap is that is now visible from the hub would need to be addressed next. Looks like something they found at the local trash dump, and I remember thinking it looked terrible in person when I last visited. It makes Mission Breakout look like the Mona Lisa.
Aaahhhh. Looks so much better.
 

DisneyScott

New Member
Leave it gone... Remove the rocks... Tear out the orbitron and put the moonliner on top of the platform as a weenie. It's not the refurb we deserve but it would be better than what's there now.

Tomorrowland honestly causes me legitimate sadness. A land originally designed to inspire young minds has turned into a constant reminder of past failures and what things could have been.

Nothing will change until people stop visiting the land. That won't happen anytime soon because Space Mountain is far too popular.
 

iHeartDisneylandCats

Proud Member Since 2016
Leave it gone... Remove the rocks... Tear out the orbitron and put the moonliner on top of the platform as a weenie. It's not the refurb we deserve but it would be better than what's there now.

Tomorrowland honestly causes me legitimate sadness. A land originally designed to inspire young minds has turned into a constant reminder of past failures and what things could have been.

Nothing will change until people stop visiting the land. That won't happen anytime soon because Space Mountain is far too popular.
They should have overhauled Tomorrowland for the 60th in 2015. Or they could have used the budgets from Mission: Cashout and Pixar Pier in Tomorrowland instead. This is very sad.
 
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