Walls Coming Down at the Mine Train

Written by Cory Disbrow. Posted in Dateline Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World

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Published on February 14, 2014 at 2:00 am with 34 Comments

About Cory Disbrow

Cory likes Walt Disney World so much, he recently packed his bags and moved to Orlando. Cory is a photographer and writes MiceChat's Dateline Disney World columns every Friday.

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  • MikeBlakesley

    Disney World used to be a “once in a lifetime” thing for most. More recently, Disney is marketing itself more to the “come every year” crowd, which is getting bigger and bigger. (My wife and I are members of that crowd, in fact some years we go twice.) This even extends to the signs on property, which proclaim “SEE YA REAL SOON!” upon your exit. To keep people interested at that level they need to figure out ways to step things up. I can see the attention to detail causing the Mine Train to take a long time, but given that, how long will it take to build Avatarland, 8 years? 10 years?

  • Skimbob

    i see all the complaing here and I think to myself if people are so unhappy with WDW then they should spend their money elsewhere. That is the only way to show Disney your displeasure. I am a DL fan first and foremost but I really like all the parks in WDW and I enjoy some of the additions they have made. I think that the new Fantasyland is awesome and all parts of it will go together perfectly. I am not saying everything is perfect. I agree they could move quicker on building new attractions.