Yesterland, The Florida Citrus Tower then and now

Written by Norman Gidney. Posted in Disney History, Werner Weiss

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Published on June 28, 2012 at 8:50 pm with No Comments

Werner Weiss, curator of Yesterland, first took a trip to Florida in 1983. Last year, he pulled out his color slides from that trip, digitized them, and returned to the same spots at Walt Disney World for a series of “then and now” articles. (There are links at the end of this article.) Walt Disney World wasn’t the only attraction he visited in 1983. Another was the Citrus Tower. Werner returned there too in 2011. The Citrus Tower is still open for business, but oh how the view has changed in 28 years!

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Norman Gidney, also known as Fishbulb, produces and edits many of the articles on MiceChat. Tune in every Tuesday for the Orlando Parkhopper and every Friday for In The Parks. But you'll also find his photos in the Weekly Round Up, SAMLAND, and numerous other columns on the site.

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