Last month, we went back in time with an up-close look at the dinosaurs of Primeval World, between Tomorrowland and Main Street, U.S.A., on the Disneyland Railroad. As promised, I’m back today with more photos from my journey. I wanted to show the details in Primeval World that guests might miss as they pass by on the railroad. These details lie just off-center of your view – either to the left or to the right.
In the last post, we saw the baby Triceratops coming out of its shell. Here’s another view – this time, it’s the parent from the baby’s perspective.
I loved this unique shot of the dinosaur skeleton. It makes me wonder whether the T-rex is moving on to his second course…
I had to get up-close-and-personal with this Pterodactyl since he’s located so close to the front of the attraction. Squeezing in pretty tight really gave me a chance to see the detail in his skin and markings.
Next time you’re passing through Primeval World on the Disneyland Railroad, be sure to look a little closer for these interesting and unique details.