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The loading dock: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Submarine Voyage was an attraction at the Magic Kingdom theme park at Walt Disney World Resort from 1971 through 1994.

The loading dock: Leagues Under the Sea Submarine Voyage was an attraction at the Magic Kingdom theme park at Walt Disney World Resort from 1971 through

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Vintage Walt Disney World Photos from 1972 and The resort opened on October 1971 with the Magic Kingdom as its only theme park . See how much longer the Speedway was before Mickey's Birthdayland

Peter Pan - most heartwarming and least terrifying "kids" ride in Disneyland.

Peter Pan - most heartwarming and least terrifying "kids" ride in Disneyland.my favorite ride as a kid!

Walt Disney on the Matterhorn bobsleds. | 16 Heartwarming GIF Sets Of Disneyland That Will Transport You To The '60s

16 Heartwarming GIF Sets Of Disneyland That Will Transport You To The '60s

When Its a small world opened at Disneyland, Walt Disney poured water from each of the seven seas into the rides water channels #disney

This was my favorite ride at Disneyland when I was little. it fascinated me! Disney Fact: When ‘it’s a small world’ opened at Disneyland, Walt Disney poured water from each of the seven seas into the ride’s water channels.

Walt's Disneyland apartment

Disneyland this rare photo, we’re showing you Walt's apartment just as he enjoyed it, with all of its original furnishings and décor. You can just imagine Walt and his grandchildren enjoying some family time in this Town Square hideaway.

As legend has it, the lamp in the window of Walt Disney's apartment in Disneyland was how cast members in the early days would know if Walt was in the park – if the lamp was on, the boss was in town.  Since his death, the lamp has been left perpetually lit. This actually brings tears to my eyes, the lamp lit forever to me symbolizes Walts presence always being there. Disney is his soul, and we get to share a part of it! #Disney

The lamp in the window of Walt Disney's apartment in Disneyland was how cast members in the early days would know if Walt was in the park – if the lamp was on, the boss was in town. Since his death, the lamp has been left perpetually lit.

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