Catastrophe Canyon, Disney’s Hollywood, Walt Disney World, Orlando
Image by bill barber
As part of a tram ride through the backstage tour at Disney’s Hollywood, visitors are taken through "The Boneyard" (a collection of movie props), after which the tram enters Catastrophe Canyon. While the tram stops in the canyon, "filming" starts. An earthquake shakes the tram and causes a fuel truck to explode. A flood of water rushes both though the canyon and from above the tram. As the scene resets for the next group of visitors, the tram travels behind the set where visitors view the hydraulic system used to generate the earthquake.
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