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Seven Dwarfs Mine Train props

Disney has released new images showing off the props that will feature in the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train at the Magic Kingdom.

The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train itself will be a relatively tame roller coaster aimed squarely at families, with its main unique feature being its train carriages. These will swing from side-to-side as the train rounds corners.

As usual for Disney, though, it is spending a fortune on theming for the attraction. It has already built an enormous faux mountain, and surrounded it with a "forest" built of almost photo-realistic fake trees. And it has added detailed finishing touches to the interior of the Dwarfs' diamond mine.

Now, Disney has released a new set of photos showing off the props that will feature in the ride. These are inspired by items seen in the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs movie, including buckets of jewels, lanterns, ropes and pulleys.

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