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Old December 17th, 2016, 11:12 PM
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A 1972 Map

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Old December 26th, 2016, 07:14 AM
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I have a map like that!
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Old January 5th, 2017, 05:50 PM
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Interesting map. It shows the old walkway bridge that goes over the RR tracks by Flume and*the Fiesta Train. Also that walkway goes on the outside of the tracks all the way to*?? What is that in the very top left corner anyway? Why do I not remember this?? I know it's considered a back area but WTH is the Roundhouse?? LOL Also, this shows the old track configuration for Mine*(and Mini) Train. Cliff Knight and I have been looking at this very closely lately. The train at Johnson Creek appears to have 2 tinders or one hell of a cab and 4 coaches and the*one*on the way to Boomtown has 2 coaches. SIGH - at least the trains are going in the correct direction! Many many things are out of place too... the employee canteen was*El Hat. The Missle Chaser was the Sense Machine (People Mover) and now Justice League*or as we call it Code 2. Johnson Creek is completely missing(except for what was rerouted into/through the park). It starts at the big lift on Flume 1. I've always wondered where they get that water from. The wooden horsey ride is now Gunslinger and the old*caboose at Boomtown Depot is long gone. So many changes. I wished someone would write a book on the history of.... AH crap, nevermind....
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