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News Liberty Square Riverboat and Tom Sawyer Island closing for lengthy refurbishment

networkpro

Well-Known Member
In the Parks
Yes
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I say fill it in and make something that doesn't suck.

Tiana's ride and restaurant
a Haunted Mansion restaurant
Western River Expedition

etc, etc, etc

Europe called, the Froschkönig wants Tiana to stop culturally appropriating his schtick .
 

DisAl

Well-Known Member
If I had an extra billion or two to fritter away I would have a replica of the Liberty Belle built to run up and down the river here. THEN, I would lay about 20 miles of track out in the country and get me a steam locomotive painted up just like the Walter E. Disney. :cool:
As things stand now though I will just have to settle for our every two years trip to Disney World.
 

DisneyTransport

Active Member
If I had an extra billion or two to fritter away I would have a replica of the Liberty Belle built to run up and down the river here. THEN, I would lay about 20 miles of track out in the country and get me a steam locomotive painted up just like the Walter E. Disney. :cool:
As things stand now though I will just have to settle for our every two years trip to Disney World.
The world needs more steam trains! ALL ABOARD! 🚂
 

Raineman

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larryz

I Laugh to Love
Premium Member
Just sayin'...
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tirian

Well-Known Member
With all of the detritus and everything else on the bottom of ROA, it looks alot more like an actual river than a concrete trench. Even the visible concrete on the side and on the bottom is discoloured enough that it looks similar to a riverbed. The track gives it away, but Mother Nature has added her own theming to the man-made ROA over the years.
I had the same initial reaction: except for the track, it looks like a dried-out river bed!
 

dmw

Well-Known Member
In the Parks
No
Does anyone know how deep the water usually is in ROA? It looks like it would be very shallow, even when full.
 

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