I am holding on to the hope the Skyliner is extended out to MK. I thought the whole idea of transportation such as the Skyliner was to reduce road congestion and carbon foot print.
Lines are only down for one day reach. I would think a re-splice would take longer then that. Probably just maintenance on the towers.
Probably cable resplice (It tends to stretch - notice the markings on the floor at Kings Cross for the gates - the each train stops at a different place and over time they "drift" so it has to be calibrated every day. Eventually the trim the cable a bit).I've heard Hogwarts Express over at Uni is closed for one day this week, too. Likely just a team from the manufacturer in town to handle all the routine maintenance on their systems at one time. (And I vaguely recall the same coordinated Skyliner/Hogwarts closures happening last year, too)
Dozens, if not hundreds. It's all part of a massive cover-up by Disney. COVID came along at the perfect time because it distracted everyone from the rising death toll of the Skyliner.
All of them, why the resorts are so empty, currently covered up by the pandemic but wait til this summer.Dozens, if not hundreds. It's all part of a massive cover-up by Disney. COVID came along at the perfect time because it distracted everyone from the rising death toll of the Skyliner.
The heat would’ve probably killed the virus, unfortunately, we’ve found out that they are much more likely to get frostbite!
Where are the darn podcars?
The gondola shouldn’t be extended from Epcot to MK or AK in my opinion. That’s a far distance to travel at such a slow speed. I could see a station built at Springs.
That’s a great point. Adding a line from Springs to Epcot/DHS would almost instantly be abused for the free parking in the structures.As long as they are bleeding people for parking fees at the parks they will never add a line to DS.
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