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    Re: Improving the Disneyland Railroad in Order to Utilize Excess Capacity

    Quote Originally Posted by The International View Post
    Do you find time to enjoy your trips to Disneyland when you're not making up a forty-item list of things wrong with the train?
    While I disagree with a number of PI and CA's recommendations, I do understand that they are only trying to improve the DRR experience. I don't think either of them do not enjoy their time at DL.

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    Re: Improving the Disneyland Railroad in Order to Utilize Excess Capacity

    I'll add another improvement I'd like to see.

    The Guided Tours Garden has plenty of space for an elevator to be positioned there in order to allow guests with physical disabilities to both board and detrain at Main Street Station.

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    Re: Improving the Disneyland Railroad in Order to Utilize Excess Capacity

    I wasn't mocking you, friend. I'm genuinely curious about your trips to the parks. Are you able to enjoy them, or are you too busy seeing things you would like improved? (which isn't a bad thing)

    It's just that personally, if I had such a long list of grievances with the DLRR, I wouldn't be able to ride it without remembering those grievances, which would in turn lower my overall enjoyment of the ride.

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    Re: Improving the Disneyland Railroad in Order to Utilize Excess Capacity

    Quote Originally Posted by The International View Post

    It's just that personally I wouldn't be able to ride it without remembering those grievances, which would in turn lower my overall enjoyment of the ride.
    I believe that's one of Pragmatic's main points in this thread.

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    Re: Improving the Disneyland Railroad in Order to Utilize Excess Capacity

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve DeGaetano View Post
    I believe that's one of Pragmatic's main points in this thread.
    Okay, so is he saying that he doesn't enjoy going to the parks anymore?

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    Re: Improving the Disneyland Railroad in Order to Utilize Excess Capacity

    Quote Originally Posted by The International View Post
    I wasn't mocking you, friend. I'm genuinely curious about your trips to the parks. Are you able to enjoy them, or are you too busy seeing things you would like improved? (which isn't a bad thing)

    It's just that personally, if I had such a long list of grievances with the DLRR, I wouldn't be able to ride it without remembering those grievances, which would in turn lower my overall enjoyment of the ride.
    I probably won't be going to Disneyland for, at least, another year or two because the company has been treading water for so long. The additions Disney has been making in recent years are, for the most part, less than worthwhile due mostly to the untalented people currently in charge of Parks and Resorts and Imagineering. The old stuff at Disneyland remains great, but I've experienced it all before hundreds of times. And, the new stuff is mostly bad. So, there is not much incentive for me to return at the present time.

    When I most recently visited Disneyland, the only thing that really stopped me from boarding the Disneyland Railroad was the new narration. I love the D.R.R., but I really don't want to experience it with that spiel. Now that you mention it, though, seeing the parking structure is one of those things that does make me cringe. So, something definitely needs to be done with the attraction to fix, at least, the most glaring examples of this poor showmanship.

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    Re: Improving the Disneyland Railroad in Order to Utilize Excess Capacity

    The following links show the grand circle tour at Hong Kong Disneyland:

    Main Street, U.S.A.:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jwrX...related&search=

    Adventureland to Fantasyland:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CQcp...related&search=

    Fantasyland to Main Street, U.S.A. via Tomorrowland:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbpYL...related&search=

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    Re: Improving the Disneyland Railroad in Order to Utilize Excess Capacity

    The bullet hole in the "Grand Canyon" glass
    That's been fixed.

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    Re: Improving the Disneyland Railroad in Order to Utilize Excess Capacity

    The train itself is terrific. The view along the way could be improved. A better narration could go along with the ride. Doesn't mean I don't enjoy the parks or the railroad, just that I see potential to improve the show.

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