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It happened again...This time on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.  Broke Down in Hell :)



As we were waiting in line for the Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, we were discussing how many rides that had broke down this day at the park.  There were quite a few for some reason.  Then we started talking about all of the rides we were on in the past, when they broke down.  I guess we jinxed ourselves with the discussion.  Just as we approached the Hell scene, the ride shut off and the lights came on and we were escorted out of the ride.  But before we were, I snapped a few shots of the inside of the ride.




Broke Down on The Winnie the Pooh Ride at Disneyland
Pictures from March 2009 when we broke down on the Winnie the Pooh Ride at Disneyland.  We were close to the end.  The Bee Hive ride vehicle stopped, all of the doors opened and the emergency lighting came on.  A cast member came around and started letting people off.  The people behind us had small children and they let them run around the attraction and take pictures with the characters on display.  The cast member quickly came back around and led us out.

Country Bear Tribute in the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Ride
Look up and behind you after Pooh's dream scene,  in the Honey Heaven Room, Max Buff and Melvin

 


Trolley Mishap
 
  Pictures of the Jolly Trolley in ToonTown after it 
    jumped its track.

Club 33
  
1980's visit to Club 33.  Interior pictures.



Indiana Jones Adventure construction pictures
  
Just as it says.

Sleeping Beauty Castle Refurbishment
  
Check out these refurbishment pictures, they include the moat
     around the castle without water, Fantasyland 
     construction and refurbishment.

Early DCA Construction Pictures

These pictures were taken shortly after the Disneyland parking lot was removed and DCA construction begins.

The Rocket Rods.  Unfortunately, we will never see this site again. 

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