New Ily 4EVER Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Youth Apparel at Walt Disney World

Shannen Ace

New Ily 4EVER Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Youth Apparel at Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World has new youth Big Thunder Mountain Railroad apparel available from the Ily 4EVER line. We found both this denim jacket and dress at Sir Mickey’s in Magic Kingdom.

Ily 4EVER Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Denim Jacket – $49.99

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There are embroidered patches on the front of this denim jacket representing iconic elements of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.

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Below the right chest pocket is Billy the Goat next to a cactus. Above them are orange clouds.

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Above the left pocket is an orange image of the mountain with tracks running up it.

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On the back, the center panel is a printed poster for Big Thunder Mining Co.

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The mountain and tracks are in the center, depicted in shades of red and orange. “Rainbow Ridge,” “Tumbleweed,” and “Thunder Mesa” are listed along the bottom. These are the three fictional mining towns where different versions of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad are: Rainbow Ridge in Disneyland, Tumbleweed in Magic Kingdom, and Thunder Mesa at Disney California Adventure.

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Ily 4EVER Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Dress – $44.99

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The dress is white with puffed sleeves.

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It has an all-over pattern of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad iconography like Billy the goat, various cacti, flowers, and images of the mountain.

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It zips up the back with a white zipper.

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Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

Big Thunder Mountain Disneyland Feature

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is a Frontierland (or Westernland) attraction at Disneyland, Magic Kingdom, Tokyo Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris. The original version opened at Disneyland in 1979. At the two international parks, the attraction is just known as Big Thunder Mountain. It was conceived by Imagineer Tony Baxter.

Though the names of the fictional mining towns vary, the backstory of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad generally includes people discovering gold on Big Thunder Mountain, the area becoming a booming mining town featuring mine trains, followed by a natural tragedy (an earthquake, tsunami, or flash flood) that led to the town being abandoned. The trains, however, continued to run on their own, and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad was established for visitors to ride them.

The original Disneyland version of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad was based on hoodoos of Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, while the rest were based on buttes of Arizona and Monument Valley. The Disneyland version also features references to Mine Train Through Nature’s Wonderland, the less thrilling train attraction that Big Thunder Mountain Railroad replaced.

At Walt Disney World, a blue sky project is in early development for “beyond” Big Thunder Mountain Railroad that could include “Coco,” “Encanto,” and Disney Villains.

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