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    Quote Originally Posted by AP2CM
    FYI: a good portion of the decorations for HMH are stored in the rafters of the mansion itself, wrapped in plastic...waiting patiently for every September. If you could get out of your doom buggy and walk into the show scenes and look up, you'd see some of them. Others are stored behind the door down the candlestick hallway near the start of the ride (allllll the way down and to the right). That door also leads to the ballroom (for those who are curious).
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    Back areas at theme parks are extremely industrial, unattractive, and sometimes cluttered with remnants and debris from old rides and other parts the parks do not want to get rid of. I have to say they are not very attractive or exciting places at all.
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    Disneyland has warehouses all over the place where stuff is stored. Ontario, Anaheim, Glendale, Van Nuys... the list goes on. There is something really neat about seeing attraction vehicles out of their element. Backstage, near Toontown is the vehicle rehab building. You can see a Splash log next to a doombuggy next a Roger Rabbit car. Cool stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AP2CM
    FYI: a good portion of the decorations for HMH are stored in the rafters of the mansion itself, wrapped in plastic...waiting patiently for every September. If you could get out of your doom buggy and walk into the show scenes and look up, you'd see some of them. Others are stored behind the door down the candlestick hallway near the start of the ride (allllll the way down and to the right). That door also leads to the ballroom (for those who are curious).
    Oh ya.. if I remember correctly their was lots of unused areas there.. now used for storage... Same with a few other rides... (and those flats in DCA are probably storage now.. I know Disney MGM Studios used to store the "Osborn Lights" behind the house flats that shown them during Christmas... they are now stored in the olde Hunchback theater..)

    (I love how there are some areas of some rides that are technically backstage but stuill themed... like the handycap entrance into Haunted Mansion at WDW has theme..)

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    Well there goes the Travel Channels relevance, they said everything got stored there! OH well, go figure!
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    Quote Originally Posted by no1here
    Disneyland has warehouses all over the place where stuff is stored. Ontario, Anaheim, Glendale, Van Nuys... the list goes on. There is something really neat about seeing attraction vehicles out of their element. Backstage, near Toontown is the vehicle rehab building. You can see a Splash log next to a doombuggy next a Roger Rabbit car. Cool stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dramaqueen
    Most of that storage is behind toontown, along with extra attraction vehicles, parade floats, and even the railroad cars (I think). The small world holiday dolls look very spooky outside of that ride :devil:

    If you have ever done Magic Music Days, you have seen this storage area.
    Currently the old Parade of Dreams floats are sitting behind Toon Town. Wonder what they plan on doing with those...
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    I heard they were going over to HKDL............
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