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Adam Roth’s 5/19-20/12 WDW Photo Report

Posted on May 24, 2012

WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios and the Magic Kingdom this past weekend, so let’s take a look at his photos, including an in-depth look at the Fantasyland model now on display at Walt Disney: One Man’s Dream:

Darth Vader cupcake


Adam had himself frozen in carbonite in the ABC sound Studio, former home of Sounds Dangerous

Pretty neat for $120

Star Wars Weekends merchandise is in the tent behind Rock ‘N’ Rollercoaster again, Darth’s Mall

The huge Fantasyland model has moved in at One Man’s Dream

super cool

Princess Fairytale Hall won’t change the exterior of Snow White too much according to the model

A sign explains the model to guests

Some stuff isn’t labeled, like Triton’s Treasures, Ariel’s Grotto, and some minor facilities like restrooms, food stands, etc.

Some interesting points to note from this artwork:

So I guess they will be done by 2013 unofficially?

The Mine Train looks pretty awesome

A closer look at the Mine Train track layout

The recent rockwork expansion at Little Mermaid is present

Let’s take a look at the real thing

The two tents are covered

The Circus animals from the Splash ‘N’ Soak Station are peeking over the wall

A wall has appeared near the Silly Sideshow tent

A look over the walls at Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station

Topics: Disney's Hollywood Studios, Photo Reports, The Magic Kingdom | 4 Comments »

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  • Chris Brewer

    The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train looks great!!!

  • Jennifer Bureau

    It’s interesting that it still says 2012-2013 yet they’ve made it clear that the Mine Train isn’t opening until 2014 now haven’t they?

  • wesley69

    This expansion will look fantastic due to Disney’s attention to detail.  It will be a superb addition to the park. 

    That said, it will not add more than one new ride to Fantasyland – Little Mermaid.  The Dwarf Coaster will replace Snow White, a plus, but we are losing the original Snow White, which is being replaced by a meet and greet.  Dumbo is doubled.  The Barnstormer was there.  Belle’s, the Silly Side Show, possibly Be Our Guest will feature interesting presentations, but they are not new rides. 

    A ride like Epcot’s Soarin right between Be Our Guest and the Mermaid, to the back of Gaston’s may be the “E” attraction needed.  It would be based upon Peter Pan’s Flight to and around Neverland.  You could even get a meet and greet with Tinker Bell, which was in the orignial plan, with a railroad station into a London-Style Village.