Description from PassPorter's Disneyland Resort and Southern California Guidebook:

The vintage-looking Red Car Trolleys, reminiscent of Pacific Electric Red Cars that traversed Los Angeles for 60 years, run about every eight minutes, transporting visitors to and from four stops: the entrance near Buena Vista Street, Carthay Circle Restaurant, the Disney Animation Building, and the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. The electrical wires and connectors are just for show, as these electric vehicles run on battery power. On board, check out the retro ads for Buena Vista Street shops, and see if you can figure out the significance of the cars' numbers, 623 and 717 (hint: think dates). Children under 7 must be accompanied by a person 14 or older. Ride may be closed in inclement weather. Must transfer from wheelchair to ride. Handheld captioning available. 

Type: Vehicles
Scope: B-Ticket
Ages: All ages
Thrill Factor:

Average Standby Wait: 8 min.
FastPass: None
Special Considerations:
- Handheld Captioning
- Must transfer from wheelchair
- Seating type: bench with backs

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What PassPorter Readers Think of Red Car Trolley (1 comments):

The show is great but riding it is not so great. SLOW!
papamouse1 gave this a rating of 5 on 06/10/2016 at 11:25:48 am EDT

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