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    Wow, Brian, thanks for sharing those photos with us. They are really good history of the park.

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    Such a good timeline of the landscaping in front of Cinderella Castle! Thanks for posting everyone!
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    Our trips to WDW were so spread out over time that till the pictures were posted, I'd forgotten about those trees. I miss them, and yet, like the view without the trees.
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    Thanks for the pics! This just shows how much the parks change over the years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DopeyDancer87 View Post
    I miss them too, but I heard that they got rid of them because they obstructed the view of the castle and they limited the space the view the shows that go on in front of the castle.
    Several CM's and Managers gave me the same explanation. I miss those trees and the trees in Town Square because of the shade they offered.

    I also liked that the castle was partially obscured as you walked down Main St. When you finally saw the entire castle, the effect was more profound IMHO.
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    Re: Castle Trees

    wow i remember the trees...

    ill have to look back at some of my old pics and compare to my upcoming trip

    i miss the trees
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