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Matthew Hampton

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I'm not sure this has been posted here before but I just found lots of theme park maps via a co-worker (thanks Brian). Prepare to waste some time before clicking. It's pretty exhaustive.

I really like the simplicity of the 1964 Disneyland map below.
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The first map I ever bought was a map of Disneyland back in the early 60's, but it was a much more detailed poster-size map.
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Nice link, thanks. I particularly like the one from Belle Vue in Manchester. I used to live not very far away and whilst the greyhound track is still there, all the rest is gone. Would be cool if it was still there.

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Thanks a LOT, Matt. Now I'm not going to get anything done for the rest of the day...

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