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  1. A Kiss is Just a Kiss

    A Kiss is Just a Kiss

    DH gets a smooch from Snow White
  2. Haunted Mansion exit

    Haunted Mansion exit

    This is the view from the doombuggy toward the exit. We loaded at the unload area. We waited in a side hallway and came thru the he area toward the front of the picture. When we unload, we will follow the hallway ahead to get out of the building.
  3. Haunted Mansion WDW back hallway toward unload area

    Haunted Mansion WDW back hallway toward unload area

    This is the back hallway, looking toward the unload area, where guests with disabilities load into the doom buggies. The yellow line marks the end of the moving walkway. The blob on the right side of the picture is a trash can outside of the exit. The doom buggies are to the left of the picture...
  4. Haunted Mansion WDW back hallway

    Haunted Mansion WDW back hallway

    This is looking up the exit hallway toward outside. The ride unload area, which is also the handicapped boarding area is behind the camera.
  5. Haunted Mansion WDW wheelchair waiting area

    Haunted Mansion WDW wheelchair waiting area

    After exiting the Stretching room, we were led to this hallway where we waited behind the sign (the sign is on the right side of the picture). The hallway in front of the picture leads to the exit/handicapped boarding area. The boarding area is to the left. Outside is to the right of the picture.
  6. WDW Haunted Mansion

    WDW Haunted Mansion

    The plaque marks the entrance from the stretching room to the disabilities entrance to the boarding area. It is dim, but not as dark as it looks in the picture.
  7. Entrance in Stretching Room to disabilities area

    Entrance in Stretching Room to disabilities area

    Guests with disabilities or using mobility devices are asked to stay to one side after the stretching room show. The kind of glowing oval to the right of the picture is a reflection on a plaque that marks the handicapped exit.
  8. Haunted Mansion WDW entrance

    Haunted Mansion WDW entrance

    This is the entrance to the Haunted Mansion. Previously, there was a set of turnstiles at this entrance, which prevented guests with mobility devices from entering.
  9. Handicapped seating in back rows at Its a Bugs Life

    Handicapped seating in back rows at Its a Bugs Life

  10. Waiting area at Its Tough to Be a Bug

    Waiting area at Its Tough to Be a Bug

    Very hard to take pictures because it is very dark. The ceiling is low and the walls and floors are simulated dirt making it seem like you are underground in some insect burrow
  11. Ride elevator and waiting area for TOT

    Ride elevator and waiting area for TOT

  12. TOT ride seat.

    TOT ride seat.

    There are rows of seats inside each elevator. The rows further back are up a step from the row in front. There is a narrow set of stairs between the rows.
  13. BTMRR ADA car MK

    BTMRR ADA car MK

    Thanks to Bill Sears. This attraction is due for renovation in 2012, so not sure how this will change.
  14. Big Thunder Mountain RR ride car

    Big Thunder Mountain RR ride car

  15. Test Track elevator

    Test Track elevator

    Test Track has an alternate boarding area for guests using wheelchairs. Rather than go down to ground level to get into the car, you can board at the seat belt check area where the ride car if above ground. It is a bit like transferring over the side of a bathtub. The guest with a wheelchair...
  16. Sign above bus seat

    Sign above bus seat

    This is the sign above bus seats that fold to make a wheelchair/ECV seating area. Guests sitting there will be asked to move if the space is needed for a guest with a wheelchair or ECV. There are 2-3 spaces on each bus that can accommodate a wheelchair or ECV.
  17. Buzz Lightyear wheelchair car

    Buzz Lightyear wheelchair car

    The wheelchair car turns and then opens up from the back to form a ramp. The CM will load the wheelchair on and then close the ramp.
  18. WDW train car

    WDW train car

    The regular train cars require a fairly high step up. There is also a wheelchair accessible train car which has a fold down ramp.



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