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    Re: Could an Underground "Land" Work in the Landlocked Disneyland Resort?

    An underground land would make me very claustrophobic.

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    Re: Could an Underground "Land" Work in the Landlocked Disneyland Resort?

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    But backstage could go under ground like at Magic Kingdom in FL


    undergrounds are so interesting to see around. it would be nice to see on though.

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    Re: Could an Underground "Land" Work in the Landlocked Disneyland Resort?

    Yes, all of that I knew would be expected. Cost, safety, water table, upkeep, impracticality, etc. They were all in the back of my head and I knew that an underground land would be highly improbable.

    But it would still be interesting to see if everything did​ work out fine, how Disney would handle both the rides and theming in such an enclosed and tight space.



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    Re: Could an Underground "Land" Work in the Landlocked Disneyland Resort?

    What does it say about Disney that fans don't think they'd go anywhere near an idea they announced 20 years ago?

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    Re: Could an Underground "Land" Work in the Landlocked Disneyland Resort?

    Essentially, the answer to your question is NEW ORLEANS SQUARE.

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    Re: Could an Underground "Land" Work in the Landlocked Disneyland Resort?

    Quote Originally Posted by CaliforniaAdventurer View Post
    Essentially, the answer to your question is NEW ORLEANS SQUARE.
    Time for (*cue dramatic music fanfare*)... the "Is Pirates of the Caribbean really underground?" threads!


    Pirates -- How Deep Underground?

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    Re: Could an Underground "Land" Work in the Landlocked Disneyland Resort?

    The Hogwarts Express design at Universal Orlando brings an idea to mind for Disneyland - if they were to acquire land for expanding that is a bit removed from the DLR, they could create a transport for getting there that is themed and does not show the outside world. So even though you may have to go past some hotels, Denny's, currency exchanges and various other non-Disney Anaheim sights to get to the other section, guests could be shielded from those until they reach the immersive Disney environment at the new location...

    I don't think the underground land idea is practical. If it were, I bet Disney would have built underground "Utilidoors" for DL long ago.

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    Re: Could an Underground "Land" Work in the Landlocked Disneyland Resort?

    Quote Originally Posted by CaliforniaAdventurer View Post
    But backstage could go under ground like at Magic Kingdom in FL
    The utilidors aren't underground. They are at ground level and MK is built on top.


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    Re: Could an Underground "Land" Work in the Landlocked Disneyland Resort?

    Quote Originally Posted by Malina View Post
    What would concern me would be seismic activity, more than anything else...
    Yeah in quake ravaged So Cali? I don't think so. Reminds me of discussions about building subways in Los Angeles in the movie Volcano. There was a Bible verse quoted in that film in regards to it. I don't remember how it goes.
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