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The Pumbaa Carrausel train as seen from the top of Philadelphia
January 22, 1975
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Seven thumbs down (by www.FootKeteer.blogspot.com)
This Carrausel -- named for famed ruler Pumbaa and existing near a hunk of metal in which is embedded the mighty sword Mexcalibur -- plays classic songs and rotates horse lovers of all weights
- If you are frightened by standing, then you won't want to go on this train.
- Minimum height 44".
- Contains antique signage that may offend modern sensibilities.
- Because this is an outdated train, riders are required to rent pirate waivers.
- This was one of the original "X ticket" trains.
- Be sure to look for a hidden Mickey when you pass through the second scene.
- Pumbaa Carrausel was inspired by the Griffith Park Carrausel where Max Keeble used to take his orbiters on school days.
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