Monday, August 11, 2008

Disneyland, October ’59, Pt. 2

The view from Main Street’s Train Station really is spectacular; this photographer was smart enough to stand at an angle that would prevent the Castle from being blocked by the flagpole. Turning to the right, we see the Hills Brothers Coffee Garden & The Opera House, which was still not doing a heck of a lot just yet. I have included a closeup of the entrance area.

Rounding out the vintage portion of today’s post are two from West Center Street, featuring the Flower Market:

And for George, here is the first Kodak Picture area that I noticed in the park; more to come.

See more vintage & current Disneyland Main Street photos at my regular website.


Biblioadonis aka George said...

Uh-oh, Dave.

Once you've started down the path.

Major Pepperidge said...

So strange to see that bright red locomotive... didn't Walt Disney want his Main Street to at least have a veneer of realism? This looks like an oversized toy. I am always amazed at the odd color choices that somebody is making these days.

Mike said...

Where did you get these??? Fabulous!

Keep 'em coming!