Tuesday, June 01, 2010

CalColor 1957 at Disneyland, Pt. 2

Hop into a Skyway bucket and let’s take a journey over Snow Hill. Where did Snow Hill come from you ask? Well, the dirt from the Castle moat had to go somewhere! In another few years, Snow Hill would yield to the Matterhorn. You can also get a glimpse of the Viewliner pulling into the station:

I think I see a few couples sucking face on Snow Hill right now!

The Skyway sure did afford a few great views as seen here in this overhead Teacup shot; as you can see here, crowds are nothing new at Disneyland:

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TokyoMagic! said...

We've seen the Mad Tea Party turntable looking pretty dirty/worn in old photos, but I think this just might be the worst yet.

Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

The old Skyway photos are fun, those two seater buckets look kind of precarious.

The Teacup turn-table is only two years old and look at it - WOW!

Nice set Dave, thanks!

Major Pepperidge said...

Boy, the turntable does look pretty bad, I wonder if it had rained recently? Maybe it had muddy footprints on it. Still, it's not being maintained up to those famous Disneyland standards!

Connie Moreno said...

These photos are INCREDIBLE!!!