I've always thought Big Thunder Mountain could use a facelift. Imagine this: After cresting the last lift (C-lift), the tracks continue OVER Big Thunder Trail, around the RE-VAMPED Cascade Peak, up the brand-new D-lift, then back UNDER Big Thunder Trail, re-joining the track just before Safety Brake 3 (that short little uphill section just before Dino Pond). How cool would that be?
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I've always been sort of bothered by a few elements of the Disneyland Railroad.
1. The grade crossing after "it's a small world". The signals are themed, but you still see the road. I think something could be done so the road appears to be made of older road building materials.
2. Why a steamtrain is in Tomorrowland. The Carousel of Progress at the Magic Kingdom is maintained by the Metro Retro Historic Society. I think some sort of preservation society could be the proprieters of the train in Tomorrowland. A ficticous history of the railway and Tomorrowland could also be presented at what is now nothing but a platform.