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Can someone tell me exactly where the original trees from before Disneyland was constructed in Adventureland are?
They are right behind city hall and can be seen from there...they were oginally used as a wind block for the orange groves and they actually moved where jungle cruise was supposed to be to where you all know it because those trees used as a good shade for Adventureland and a bit tropical affect...there is also a palm tree by the Indy fast pass that was a wedding gift to the dominguez family whom Walt bought the propert from and moved from its location into the park by request of the family during construction - Dave 11833.3 #2 6-20-12 7:03PMLike(7)Reply
I think the eucalyptus between the fire station and the jungle cruise are original. There is also a big palm tree along indiana jones that's original, although I think it may have been moved to it's current location. - pharaoh 274.0 #1007 6-20-12 5:56PMLikeReply
Technically the gigantic palm tree next to jungle cruise is an original. It's always been on the property but has been replanted. - lostgirl7988 697.6 #235 6-20-12 7:56PMLikeReply
One of my co workers(an older gentleman) had Walt Disney buy his parents two palms trees in his front yard when the park opened! He said he came home and walked by his house cause he did not rechonize it without the palm trees!! He was also a jungle cruise captin when he was a teen! He said all it took was one shot at a lil lady and she was his for the night!! Lol - CourtyAstroBlisters 678.7 #245 6-20-12 7:56PMLikeReply
Okay. So there are more than one. Thank you for that info. One of those trivia questions I never seem to have gotten answered. - Timsierramist 302.9 #798 6-20-12 7:57PMLikeReply
In one of the books about the making of the park, there is a map that shows the original eucalyptus trees towards the back of the ride where the train goes by and to the right. I will see if I can post the map, it is awesome to think they have always been there!!! - secretagentangel 1303.8 #103 6-20-12 7:59PMLikeReply
I don't have it with me (will this weekend) but i think maybe you could go on yahoo and look up original trees Disneyland or something or original map before Disneyland. It is at DL where all the original maps are by Great Moments.(I think I saw it there!!):) - secretagentangel 1303.8 #103 6-20-12 8:16PMLikeReply
I think I remember reading that the original orange trees have died and now only the eucalyptus trees and that palm tree remain. - michelIe 422.1 #455 6-20-12 8:28PMLikeReply