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    Disneyland Railroad Tomorrowland Station

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After picking up passengers at the Tomorrowland station tucked behind Autopia, the train goes through a tunnel and chugs past two show scenes, the Grand Canyon Diorama and Primeval World. The Grand Canyon Diorama is a three-dimensional replication of the canyon, complete with wildlife, as the canyon appears from its southern rim. The next scene is Primeval World, a depiction of a prehistoric peat bog and rainforest populated by audio-animatronic (robotic) dinosaurs. Opened in 1966, Primeval World used animatronics left over from Disney-designed Ford's Magic Skyway attraction at the 1964 New York World's Fair, and was a precursor to a similar presentation at Epcot's Universe of Energy.

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Touring Tips

Because it's somewhat hidden from the main pathways, this station tends to be less busy than other stations if you want to hop on.

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