Sunday, December 21, 2008

Classic B&W, June 1957, Pt. 5



We’re still lingering in Frontierland today, starting with this oft-taken shot of the Mark Twain rounding the corner of the Rivers of America as it approaches the dock. Probably one of the most taken shots in the park. View #2 is most likely taken from the Treehouse on Tom Sawyer Island:



In the closeup, we can the Skyway (pre-Matterhorn) and the corner of Rainbow Ridge, everyone’s favorite mining town.



Finishing up today with 2 more Tom Sawyer Island views:





For my fellow signage geeks, here’s a closeup of the sign for The Old Mill:



See more vintage & current Frontierland photos at my regular website.

2 comments:

Richard Harrison said...

Beautiful, beautiful. Thanks for the close-up!

outsidetheberm said...

It's nice how the photographer used the high perch of the treehouse to capture views in each direction. Thanks for the look.