"It's part of our ongoing efforts to phase out some of the older attractions and introduce new things to keep our parks exciting for our new and repeat visitors," Walt Disney World spokesman Diane Ledder said Tuesday. "It's just something whose time has come."
"Certainly, it was one of the older rides," Ledder said. "This was based on our guest evaluations and our desire to renew things and keep them fresh."
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Nov 10, 1999 /