Walt Disney World Railroad

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  1. Isafari

    Isafari Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Something else we've never done is the WDW railroad :)
    I assume that you get on near the entrance to the park...but where do you get off? Is there only the one stop at the other end?
    Do you see anything interesting while on it? :confused:
     
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    yes you get on as you go in, i filmed virtually the whol trip round it :)

    you get off at all different locations where ever you want :)

    its worth a ride defo, you see BTM im sure and all sorts
     
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    sometimes i like to do it just to chill out in the cool and have a sit down!!!

    entrance on main street, frontierland, and at the bottom of Mickey's toontown fair
     
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    I've never even heard of this.. Mick... is there any chance of you you-tubing some of the video?
     
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    We always do the full circuit as an attraction rather than use it as a way of getting from A to B. We tend to get on at Mickeys Toon Town Fair and get off there as well :)
     
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    if i can sus out how to ive never uploaded to YT before lol
     
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    LOL- I think I did it at either Animal kingdom orrrr Busch Gardens. I'm pretty sure it was busch gardens, though!
     
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    Isafari Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    I have :207::t1408:
     
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    The railroad is a MUST for us. Jack LOVES trains!!! Plus it's a nice break in the day...
     
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    oh i know you have, show off lol
     
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    The train is pretty cool. There are stops in Frontierland, Toon Town and Main Street.
     
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    With Seth, it's a first MUST do. :yes: Last time we got on right off, and then got off at Frontier Town and walked onto Splash Mountain, BTMR, and PoT. :yes: He LOVES trains! :yes:
     
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    I love the Railroad. We usually do the full circuit on the first day. It's interesting to see behind some of the attractions. There are little scene settings at various points.
    Other days it's a relaxing way to get to the other side of the park if you can catch it at just the right time.
     
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    Isafari Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Sounds really intersteing and a 'must do' for our next vist :yes:
    Where abouts is the stop in Frontierland? Silly question I know but....does everyone ride forwards on this train (I hate having to sit backwards or sideways while moving) Is it a steady enough ride to take photos on?
     
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    The station is kind of behind Splash Mountain, everyone faces forward on bench type seats :thumbs_up:
     
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    The train is cool. We left the kiddies buggies at Toontown and did the full circuit from there. Don't forget to shout "all aboard" at the Main St station. You see the backside of big thunder mountain and if you're really quick you can glimpse a parking lot. ;)
     
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    Yes, you can take photos from the train. :yes:
     

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