Wedway Peoplemover Stickers
Original pair of stickers used on the Wedway Peoplemover attraction at Disneyland.
These stickers were used to inform park-goers about the safety of the ride.
A fantastic pair of stickers, with complimenting arrows.
Stickers measure 3.25" in diameter
Frame measures 12" x 10"
The PeopleMover, sometimes referred to as the Goodyear PeopleMover and WEDWay PeopleMover, was a transport attraction that opened on July 2, 1967, at Tomorrowland at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California. Guests boarded small trains that ran on elevated tracks for a "grand circle tour" above Tomorrowland. The term "people mover" now in wider use to describe many forms of automated public transport, was first coined as the name for this attraction. PeopleMover was originally only a working title, but became attached to the project over time. The attraction was initially seen as a serious prototype for intercity public transport. The ride closed on August 21, 1995, but its station and track infrastructure—which it shared with its short-lived successor, RocketRods—still remain standing as of 2020. A second PeopleMover, the Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover, opened on July 1, 1975 in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom in Wald Disney World Resort is still operating today.
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