Sunday, June 15, 2008
Disneyland: In Living Color, 1958 Pt. 3
Back to the Rivers of America, 1958, with one of Walt’s most famous "hard truths": the Burning Cabin. Yup, that Settler has bought the farm and on top of that his Cabin is afire. Please enjoy the closeup!
And in case you didn’t get the memo, this cabin has been on "Extreme Makeover":
Ah, the lifelike Indians along the river; there’s something comforting about seeing this gent wave as you pass by on the train or the Twain:
Watch out for this cat—he is poised to pounce!
The friendly Indian Village:
Last but not least, the short-lived Stagecoach, zooming along the trails of Frontierland:
Just for fun, here are two shots of the Stagecoach broken down; it’s like a trainwreck folks, you can't look away.
Come back tomorrow for more images of our 1958 trip to Disneyland. Follow my Daveland updates on Twitter and view my most recent photos on Flickr. See more vintage & current Rivers of America photos at my website.