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Thread: Seven Dwarfs Mine Train at Magic Kingdom to Open in Spring 2014

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    It “crowns” New Fantasyland, which is the largest expansion in Magic Kingdom history – and there’s nothing “sleepy” about it.

    When it opens in spring 2014, the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, inspired by the classic Disney film “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” will take guests on a rollicking, musical ride into the mine “where a million diamonds shine” and through the rolling countryside surrounding the mine.

    A stone bridge over a creek leads guests to the entrance of the attraction. Just ahead: the rustic cottage of the Dwarfs. The family-style coaster will feature a first-of-its-kind train of ride vehicles mounted in cradle-like pivots that allow the cars to swing back and forth during the ride. The journey will be accompanied by music from the film and there’s a cast of animated figures of Snow White, the Seven Dwarfs and a collection of playful forest critters.

    An interactive queue will feature activities themed to mining.
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    I'm really looking forward to this ride - I just hope I can fit in it!

    The pics online of the ride vehicles make the seating look really small. Having said that, I don't have an issue with any other ride in WDW, just the ones at Universal.

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    The kids are so excited about this! Having finally done some of the "big" rides at Disney, they were really interested in this new "mountain" ;)



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    i'm hoping that this will be my level of rides, love thunder mountain, need valium when i come off space mountain but can do it, everest is a no no















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    my type of ride





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    Swing back and forth..? Eeeeeeerrrrrrrrrm, maybe not.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Britchick, post: 325635, member: 39
    everest is a no no
    Ohhh... you should do it. You really should.

    I'm not a rough and tumble coaster fan. My style is a bit more sedate. But I absolutely LOVE Expedition Everest! Just a great coaster. I think it's tamer than Space Mountain.

    But that's just me.

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    Maybe i could be bullied on to it, Lisa bullied me on to Splash Mountain!















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    Walking by it this week it still looks like it needs quite a bit of work.





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