Wednesday, May 27, 2009

1950’s Disneyland Visit: Frontierland Pt. 4 & Fantasyland Transition



We’re ALMOST done with Frontierland! First shot most likely taken from the Twain gives a view of Rainbow Ridge, Frontierland, The Castle, AND the Moonliner, all in one glorious shot!

Our photographer gets a little closer for this shot of the Mine Train Ride/Nature’s Wonderland:



The guests are all heading to the Castle...and dig the fancy wheelchair with "DISNEY LAND" stenciled on it!



You’ll have to come back tomorrow to see more Fantasyland. Until then, see more vintage & current Disneyland photos at my regular website.

2 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

Why is there never a long line for the Mine Train???

Chiana said...

'Cause the Mine Train's a major people-eater, Maj. :p

Oh I love the FL pics from the Twain! What a neat place it is. Plus that plaza area looks like such a nice place to sit for a spell I wanna go and take a bench.

Neat Castle pic. The old guy walking toward us seems happy, the old guy on the left going our way is hustlin'. Hustlin' by wheelchair. Reminds me of how wonderful it is to have so many people enjoying something. Men, women, all ages etc.

I haven't seen much in the way of concrete made to simulate brickwork from that far back. Redone several times since then I presume. Just a thought. So much work of all kinds goes into the place.