PeopleMover History Video by Martin Smith is Incredible

There is no finer source of Disney theme park history available on the web than Martin Smith’s videos. Many times in the past, we have trumpeted how wonderful his work is and this time is no exception. His latest video on the PeopleMover in Walt Disney World’s Tomorrowland can not be missed. It clocks in at an hour and a half. No matter how much of a Disney history buff that you are, I will be amazed if you can watch this and not learn something. At the very least, you’ll see some vintage footage that is extremely rare. Grab some popcorn and check it out below.

You’ve got to follow Martin Smith’s videos on Facebook to see all the tribute videos this guy does. Seriously. Not even Disney can cover the subject matter as well as this guy. Literally days worth of videos available on his site:!

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