I don’t know, maybe they will just try to get back to that 70’s look. They’ll use it as a budget savings. “Hey, we only have to do half the work.” But somehow it’s still gonna cost full price!Interesting photo in that you can see the PeopleMover with metallic accents in the foreground, but the 70s design right behind it.
Will the whole track be worked on, or just the path leading from the hub to Astro Orbitor?
Hint: Space Mountain was about rockets.until space mountain probably.
In blue on a yellow shirt.This needs to be a T-shirt.
Perhaps that's the proverbial hole if in which one finds oneself, one should immediately cease digging?
My first thought was that Iger ordered the dig as he thought that is where the Utilidor Vault was located. You know Gotta get those bonuses somehow.
that was buried seven thousand leagues under the sea and the proceeds of it's discovery got 7dmt added to nfl...My first thought was that Iger ordered the dig as he thought that is where the Utilidor Vault was located.
Stranger things have happened.I am thinking that WDW' s Tomorrowland might be the only Tomorrowland in the US soon. Being transformed into a tribute of sorts to Walt's vision of the future and his legacy. CoP makes sense in that context. As does the people mover. And also the Progress City/EPCOT model. And other elements. Tomorrowland would not always have to be updated aesthetically also.
And eventually the omnimover could become a tribute to WED' s visionary projects.
Just a hunch. Could be wrong.
PS- this would also free Future World of carrying that legacy.
Anyone have a picture of it handy, especially in context to Space Mountain. Not remembering much more than a box (which is probably the problem.)The Arcade building doe not match the architecture of Space Mountain at all...It would have been nice if they went back to the original concept drawings and designed something more futuristic rather than the retro deco future style...