Sunday, February 04, 2007

Disneyland 1956, Pt. 7: The End



This trip back to 1956 ends today with a shot of Frontierland and The Golden Horseshoe. Hope you had a nice trip; I'm off to TSI today for one last trip before its semi-extreme makeover (and a Grand Circle tour, too, since it’ll be 86’ed for about a month, too).

Any idea what this guy is doing up here, or how he got here? He looks like a regular DLand guest, not a cast member in the show.


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5 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

Great shot of the old Trading Post. The guy on the balcony could be anyone. Who knows, maybe he could be an off-duty employee, even one of the Mouseketeers in "civilian" clothes!

Tinker Bell said...

Hope you had a great time on and around TSI! I wish I could have been there for its last hurrah. I'll have to settle for my many photos instead! ;)

perkypickle said...

swell group this week!

Anonymous said...

There was a time when you could actually go out on that balcony to sit and relax. A little like an early version of the Disney Gallery balcony.

Davelandweb said...

Thanks anonymous; I was just realizing this weekend that there are very few places left to just "relax" at DLand anymore; so many people there, and so much of the space is just maxed out.