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    Parking lot tram and POTC on Google earth

    Am I a N.E.R.D. or what?

    One of these KMZ files shows the path of the Mickey & Friends parking lot tram and the other superimposes a ride map of Pirates Of The Caribbean right over the rooftop on Google Earth

    Parking Lot Tram

    Pirates Of The Caribbean Ride Map
    When I go to Disneyland, I tune my FRS Radio to channel 2, without a quiet code. They're faster than a cell phone and you can talk to a whole group at a time, and you don't have to get everyone's cell phone number in advance.

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    Re: Parking lot tram and POTC on Google earth

    I really like the Pirates overlay.
    How did you do that, and put it up for download?



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    Re: Parking lot tram and POTC on Google earth

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyTrains View Post
    I really like the Pirates overlay.
    How did you do that, and put it up for download?
    I have no idea how that I was done. I found it on the Google Earth forums and someone else had posted it so I downloaded it. I, myself have been wondering how he did it.

    As far as posting it, Google earth has "your places" which is saved locally on your computer. You can take a single place or a folder of places and save them as a KMZ file. When someone downloads it, it re-creates the folder on that user's copy of Google earth.

    Here is his post
    Disneyland's POTC Ride Map OVERLAY - Google Earth Community
    When I go to Disneyland, I tune my FRS Radio to channel 2, without a quiet code. They're faster than a cell phone and you can talk to a whole group at a time, and you don't have to get everyone's cell phone number in advance.

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