Magical Trash
Merry Christmas from your fellow CanFans at Magical Trash!

// Walt Disney World, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Streets of America, 2011

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Merry Christmas from your fellow CanFans at Magical Trash!

// Walt Disney World, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Streets of America, 2011

[Source: Debra Peterson. Used by permission.]

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CanFans know that Disney trash cans make great writing desks, especially during events like MouseAdventure!Send in your CanFan photos to be included in our series!

// Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Main Street U.S.A., 2012

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CanFans know that Disney trash cans make great writing desks, especially during events like MouseAdventure!

Send in your CanFan photos to be included in our series!

// Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Main Street U.S.A., 2012

[Source: MouseAdventure via Twitter. Used by permission.]

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Peace on Main Street, at least that’s what David Woo hopes for during Magical Trash CanFan Month.  He sends wishes from Hong Kong Disneyland!Send in your CanFan photos to be included in our series!

// Hong Kong Disneyland, Main Street USA, 2008

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Peace on Main Street, at least that’s what David Woo hopes for during Magical Trash CanFan Month. He sends wishes from Hong Kong Disneyland!

Send in your CanFan photos to be included in our series!

// Hong Kong Disneyland, Main Street USA, 2008

[Source: David Woo via Flickr. Used by permission.]

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We jump over to Hong Kong Disneyland to continue Magical Trash CanFan Month…

As noted by the author of this photo, “My little sister is hanging out with PUSH, although his English accent was so different, she didn’t know what he was saying!”Send in your CanFan photos to be included in our series!

// Hong Kong Disneyland, Tomorrowland, Push the Talking Trash Can, 2012

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We jump over to Hong Kong Disneyland to continue Magical Trash CanFan Month

As noted by the author of this photo, “My little sister is hanging out with PUSH, although his English accent was so different, she didn’t know what he was saying!”

Send in your CanFan photos to be included in our series!

// Hong Kong Disneyland, Tomorrowland, Push the Talking Trash Can, 2012

[Source: Chipper Skipper. Used by permission.]

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Magical Trash CanFan Month continues with the newest trash cans added to the Disney theme park empire… Test Track 2.0!  

“Dad, why are you making us stand next to this garbage can?”  Thanks to Mike Burns and family for the photo!Send in your CanFan photos to be included in our series!

// Walt Disney World, Epcot, Future World, Test Track, 2012

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Magical Trash CanFan Month continues with the newest trash cans added to the Disney theme park empire… Test Track 2.0!

“Dad, why are you making us stand next to this garbage can?” Thanks to Mike Burns and family for the photo!

Send in your CanFan photos to be included in our series!

// Walt Disney World, Epcot, Future World, Test Track, 2012

[Source: Mike Burns. Used by permission.]

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We’re kicking off Magical Trash CanFan Month with this group photo sent by Cheryl Gleason.  Her family recently enjoyed some time in New Fantasyland, including eating at the new Be Our Guest restaurant.Send in your CanFan photos to be included in our series!

// Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Fantasyland, Be Our Guest Restaurant, 2012

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We’re kicking off Magical Trash CanFan Month with this group photo sent by Cheryl Gleason. Her family recently enjoyed some time in New Fantasyland, including eating at the new Be Our Guest restaurant.

Send in your CanFan photos to be included in our series!

// Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Fantasyland, Be Our Guest Restaurant, 2012

[Source: Cheryl Gleason. Used by permission.]

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Besides a new ride experience, the reboot of Epcot’s Test Track has given us something else… new trash cans!

The TRON-inspired look of the reimagined attraction continues to the cans, which sport the new Test Track logo on the front in a contrasting light blue/dark blue color scheme.

Look on the left or right sides of the cans for a nice retro-Future World callout… the World of Motion logo!

// Walt Disney World, Epcot, Future World, Test Track, 2012

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Besides a new ride experience, the reboot of Epcot’s Test Track has given us something else… new trash cans!

The TRON-inspired look of the reimagined attraction continues to the cans, which sport the new Test Track logo on the front in a contrasting light blue/dark blue color scheme.

Look on the left or right sides of the cans for a nice retro-Future World callout… the World of Motion logo!

// Walt Disney World, Epcot, Future World, Test Track, 2012

[Source: Mark Diba. Used by permission.]

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Thumbs up for CanFan Month!

Don’t forget to send in your photos to be featured in December!

// Disneyland Paris Resort, Walt Disney Studios, Toy Story Playland, 2012

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Thumbs up for CanFan Month!

Don’t forget to send in your photos to be featured in December!

// Disneyland Paris Resort, Walt Disney Studios, Toy Story Playland, 2012

[Source: Philippe Piquer via Facebook. Used by permission.]

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As we wrap up the year, we at Magical Trash want to thank you for the kind words, support, and great trash can photos shared throughout 2012.  That’s why in December, we’ll be celebrating CanFan Month!

Are you a Magical Trash CanFan?  Share photos featuring you or other family members standing next to a Disney trash can.  We’ll post them throughout the month!

Let’s put a face to the weirdly-magical obsession of themed refuse bins, shall we?  It’s gonna be fun!Upload your photos via Tumblr
Share via Twitter
Add your shots via Facebook
Tag images on Google+
Use hashtag #magicaltrash on Instagram

As we wrap up the year, we at Magical Trash want to thank you for the kind words, support, and great trash can photos shared throughout 2012. That’s why in December, we’ll be celebrating CanFan Month!

Are you a Magical Trash CanFan? Share photos featuring you or other family members standing next to a Disney trash can. We’ll post them throughout the month!

Let’s put a face to the weirdly-magical obsession of themed refuse bins, shall we? It’s gonna be fun!

We celebrate Thanksgiving this week in the U.S., a holiday typically associated with historical recollections, turkey, time with family, and being thankful for what we have… at least until commercialism takes over with Black Friday sales.

Well, there are no turkey-oriented trash cans that I’m aware of in the global Disney theme park empire… but we do have brown ones.  (Hey, it’s the best I can do!)  

This set of trash/recycling cans can be found at Disneyland Paris in Frontierland.  The logo at the top of the trash can design features two blank flags with a Sheriff’s star overlaid on top.

// Disneyland Paris Resort, Disneyland Paris, Frontierland, 2012

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We celebrate Thanksgiving this week in the U.S., a holiday typically associated with historical recollections, turkey, time with family, and being thankful for what we have… at least until commercialism takes over with Black Friday sales.

Well, there are no turkey-oriented trash cans that I’m aware of in the global Disney theme park empire… but we do have brown ones. (Hey, it’s the best I can do!)

This set of trash/recycling cans can be found at Disneyland Paris in Frontierland. The logo at the top of the trash can design features two blank flags with a Sheriff’s star overlaid on top.

// Disneyland Paris Resort, Disneyland Paris, Frontierland, 2012

[Source: InsideDLParis. Used by permission.]

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