^ Man, I am getting really old! Totally forgot about the little bldg. where we get the Season Pass cards from! And indeed, it is gone too! Hmmm. Wonder if that all will happen up at the Customer Service Bldg, after we enter the park?
Well, there's still well over a month to go, before the May 4th Opening. Plenty of time to keep guessing.
EDIT: By the way. I did notice that the online park map, and the actual signs at the ticket booths I saw today, haven't changed, to reflect the new Seniors' Daypass and Season Pass prices on the signs (hmmmph), as well as what is now missing, or to be replaced, on the map. I'd keep checking the map, to see if anything happens...or gets removed, I mean.
EDIT #2: I just checked my Season Pass printout, and it says I'll be getting my photo pass at "Guest Services". And that up front building has three windows I remember, so...even better than that little purple-roofed shack in front of (r.i.p?) Wave Swinger. (Which only used two of their four available windows.)
The SUPER BIG GULP (that's what they called it, thanks 7/11 ) in Playland, years ago. From Vancouver Archives.
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