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10:55 // 4 months ago
June 1, 2013
It sounded like a gun shot, but it was so out of place because we’re in Toontown that most of [us] didn’t know what to think. When no one panicked and there was no indication of what happened. They don’t really tell you anything. They just stay smiley and they say, ‘We don’t know what’s going on but we need you to evacuate.’
Disneyland visitor Allan Wolf • Speaking on the evacuation of Disneyland’s cartoon haven Toontown last Tuesday, following a small explosion that occurred inside of a trash can. The evacuation and investigation revealed the nature of the tiny blast, a water bottle with dry ice inside. Toontown reopened on It’s yet unknown whether the bottle was deliberately packed to produce the effect, or whether it was thrown away by somebody unaware of its nature. Said Sgt. Bob Dunn, of the Anaheim Police Department: "At this point, we don’t know it was on purpose or by accident or accidentally thrown away. We are looking at all aspects.” source
14:39 // 1 year ago
March 17, 2012

Were you born after 1977? If so, here’s your opportunity to sort-of experience a Disneyland attraction that’s been closed down for 35 years. A model railroad enthusiast known only as STNautilus created a to-scale replica of the Mine Train Thru Nature’s Wonderland attraction, including models of the old ride’s famous landscapes and figures. For comparison, check out this restored home-video of the ride when it was still operational from Vimeo user Jeff Altmansource

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13:30 // 2 years ago