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PHOTOS: Demolition Continues in Toontown to Make Way for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disneyland

Last month, we saw the demolition of the Toontown Five & Dime and Gag Factory façades, as construction for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway continues. We’re checking the latest progress today.

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Since our last update, more building façades have been removed on the left of the skyline pictured above. This exposes even more of the show building.

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The rest of the Five & Dime façade has been removed, leaving the steel frame of the building behind.

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On the construction walls, you can see a glimpse of the concept art for the ride’s entrance, “El Capitoon Theatre,” as pictured below.

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To the right, you can see what remains of the Gag Factory entrance.

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Only the brick framing and blue roof remain intact, with the rest of the theming removed or damaged.

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While Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway was originally planned to open in 2022, COVID-19 related construction delays have pushed the anticipated opening into 2023.

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