Friday, May 22, 2009

Disneyland, January 3, 1960: The Rest of the Story



In this motley medley, I give you the last few images from my January 3, 1960 set. First one up for the day shows the Triton Submarine just about to begin another adventure into liquid space.

#2 is probably one of my best images showing Fowler’s Inn over in Frontierland. This is just another example of the fantastic job the Disney people did in creating even these "extra" buildings. This place looks weathered and salty, just like it should...waaaaaaay beyond its young five years of existence.



Vesey Walker is leading the band into a rousing tune in front of the Opera House. Sure looks like an overcast day in Anaheim!



A dark shot of the Adventureland gates, followed by a delectable nest of plastic fruit over at the Jungle Cruise:





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4 comments:

Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

Great series Dave, Thanks!

Super Fowler's Photo! Whats with that mosquito net on the right side of the building?

Viewliner Ltd. said...

Ditto VDT... Great Fowlers pic Dave.

Major Pepperidge said...

I always imagined that you would go inside that building at Fowler's Harbor and it would be all high tech and clean, maybe with a secret underground stairway!

Mr. Mouse Monthly said...

Plastic fruit on the Jungle Cruise!?! What's that about!