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PHOTOS, VIDEO: Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway Show Building Looms Behind Mickey’s Toontown at Disneyland

After unveiling how Disneyland Resort is “hiding” the show building for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, we now have photos from Mickey’s Toontown of what exactly Guests should expect to see when the resort reopens this Friday.

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Lined from behind Mickey’s House, past Minnie’s house, and beyond, the show building hosts a tongue-in-cheek sign alluding to how the structure is not currently themed.

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Mickey and Minnie wink while wearing construction helmets as the sign declares, “What big building? There’s no big building here! Paid for by the Toontown Department of Implausible Deniability.”

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We hope that the sign will be temporary and the show building will be properly themed to fit in with Mickey’s Toontown.

While Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway is already open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida, the Disneyland attraction is slated to open in 2023.

What do you think about the Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway show building’s current state? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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Joseph Kastner
Joseph Kastner
13 days ago

Given how they are letting cast members show their ink, Disney clearly doesn’t care about immersion

Kyle
Kyle
13 days ago

I feel like there is no way they won’t theme the building, especially with the self-aware billboard on it. It very much feels like them acknowledging it. Like, “Yeah, we know there’s a big ugly building here. We’re working on it.”

Mark
Mark
13 days ago

They should also have a sign that reads “what exposed back of rockwork here?” on the exposed back of the SWGE rockwork that’s visible from inside ToonTown :-P

I really hope they’re planning to add something that obscures that view…

Mike
Mike
13 days ago

This is the best state the attraction will ever be in. It’s all downhill from here