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What should the next E-Ticket be in Nightmare Street?  

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  1. 1. What should the next E-Ticket be in Nightmare Street?

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Halloween Town, 1939. Amid the glitz and the glitter of a bustling, nightmare town at the height of its dark age, The Moonlight Tower Hotel was a star in its own right; a beacon for the horror business elite. Now, something is about to happen that will change all that. The time is now on a stormy night very much like the one we have just witnessed. Tonight's story on The Twilight Zone is somewhat unique and calls for a different kind of introduction. This, as you may recognize, is a maintenance service elevator still in operation, waiting for you. We invite you, if you dare, to step aboard because in tonight's episode, you are the star. And this elevator travels directly to...The Twilight Zone."


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See how bad ass that thing looks down there?


The balcony, once providing romantic views, is now overgrown with bizzare weeds


The back, the rocky area at the bottom is going to be part of the themeing for Jungle Cruise.


The Château Marmont, Tower's foo foo restaraunt


A closer look


The hotel, in elegant black and white


Step thru the iron gates and check in for the ride of your life

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This week's preview shows three major rides, but can you guess which ones they are?


Okay, this one's a credit. It gas to be a batman clone. Just disregard where it says "Big Thunder Mountain" in the corner.


OOH! I see boats! That is..Jurassic Park! With pirate ships and blue bayou lagoons..


Hmmm..some type of transportation? Autopia? No..that's a real tough one!

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^ It's supposed to be scenery, but I used a tracks to make it. It was my attempt to be Burton-esque


^^ I do weekly updates because I've got alot of projects and things to work on right now, but I'll probably post more updates later in the month when I'm out from school.

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"Disneyland will never be complete, as long as there is imagination left in the world." -Walt Disney"


It's that time again! Cease wrapping and put your eggnog in the fridge because we've got a tall order this time around.

19 pictures

2 new lands

5 rides

hotel expansions

and 0 work done on Nightmare Street.


Final Overview. 'Tis time to part!


If you look at this picture long enough, you'll get a surprise.


...which emerges from the water. This BTM is sort a combination of Paris and Anaheim.


Yay! Underground tunnel goodness :)


The new land here is called "Westernville" I'm trying not to use names from the Magic Kingdoms.


Let's pop over to Big Thunder for a moment.




The fort-ship battle scene, and part of the burning city. Oh BTW, I got the open-air show building idea from Corkscrewed over at NE.


Here you can see the lagoon and the drops into the caves.


Pie-rats of the Carribean


Schni Schna Shnappi, Schnappi Schnappi Schnapp.


Another view


Alice's Curious Labryth


The first of the new lands: Storybook Square.


A little carousel has been added to Sleepy Plaza.


Ah, it's headed inside the hotel. This is the first monorail station. The other will be in Discovery Bay.


This covered walkway leads to the course. I wonder where that monorail is headed to? :-)


You can see its location here.


Here's the first expansion to the Beauty and Beast Crown Plaza: a golf course!

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Well, the story behind that is I saw this picture:


It reminded me of Tim Burton's style in his movies, and because I'm making a Nightmare Before Christmas themed land, I'd make something that was also tall and forbidding. I hope that made sense , and also I've seen other people use coaster tracks as scenery.

In short, it really does not serve a purpose, and I'll probably change it.

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