Wednesday, April 02, 2008

The Devlin Collection: Mine Train Ride, Pt. 2 & Toy Story Midway Mania

We’re back with the Devlin family in 1969, riding the Mine Train through Nature’s Wonderland. As we exit this tunnel, we see an abundance of wildlife near the riverbank.

Around this corner are the Devil’s Paint Pots, displaying the subtle (?) color palette that Mother Nature bestowed upon them:

Here are 2 more tunnel shots, just for good measure:

It would appear that the Devlin’s were riding up in the cab from some of these views. Meanwhile, back to the present, over at California Adventure, the new Toy Story Midway Mania exterior is practically finished and looking sharp; June is not that far away!

And as if that weren’t are some pics of the waaaay overdue Main Street window for Bob Gurr:

To see more Nature’s Wonderland photos, visit my website.


Major Pepperidge said...

Can't get enough of Nature's Wonderland! I loved that ride so much. You're right, some lucky person got to ride in the cab, I've never seen pictures from that vantage point before!

Your personal photos really look great, can I ask what kind of camera you use? I'm thinking about getting a new one (of course, a good camera doesn't mean I will be a good photographer!).

Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

Hi Dave! Great post, I too can never get enough Nature's Wonderland! Unique views, I guess you get that from the front!

Yeah, what kind of camera do you use, you photo's are vivid and look nothing like mine....

Thanks Dave!!!

Unknown said...

Thanks, Dave, for the shot of Bob's window. I couldn't agree with you more regarding how overdue this particular window on Main St. is. I think it's a nice touch they placed it in the alcove and the addition of the sign is nice, too.

Daveland said...

The camera I use is a Nikon D50...but I am itchin' for an upgrade!