Thursday, December 20, 2007

Disneyland Trip, Undated, Pt. 3


The Indian Village and Canoe dock are swarming with activity today! Right nearby is a map of Tom Sawyer Island, too:



Once you’re on the Rivers of America, here’s what you might see:



Of course, this is my favorite way to travel on the ROA:



And now we leave the hard facts of Frontierland for the more gentle and creative aura of Fantasyland:



The last slide from this bunch is of the castle; the perfect way to end this series, as we see the Carrousel beckoning us to cross the drawbridge.



For you Haunted Mansion fans, I have just finished doing a recreation of the famous Hatbox Ghost: http://davelandweb.com/hauntedmansion/hbg.html. See more vintage and current Disneyland photos on my regular website.

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3 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

I especially love the photo of the Alice exterior, it just has a great mood!

Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

Great Series, super nice ending photo! I like the Alice exterior shot too, I dig that Lady’s White jacket/dark green paint suit deal, hip yet sophisticated! Hey, what’s that in her hand, a vintage postcard maybe! Thanks for this great series, it sets the perfect mood….

Major Pepperidge said...

v.d.t., you are right, the woman is holding a vintage postcard. In fact, I am 99% sure it is an Art Corner postcard. Donald and nephews are in a Jungle Cruise boat, and Donald is leaning waaay out to take a photo of the hippo with its gaping mouth.