Friday, October 10, 2008

Disneyland in Focus: '59 & The Submarine Voyage, Pt. 3

One underwater shot, as we wrap up the '59 series today. The rest are just more technicolor eye candy for you to drool over.

This one is like going to Vegas with its sensory overload of attractions: The Skyway, Rocket to the Moon/Moonliner, Submarine Voyage, The Monorail

And for you nosey-noos, just a few conch shells on the rocks in the previous shot. Nothing to see here folks, just move along.

Today, the Submarine Voyage is drawing crowds again, this time themed to tie-into Pixar’s "Finding Nemo." It sure is good to have the lagoon moving again.

See more vintage Submarine Voyage photos at my regular website.


Major Pepperidge said...

You definitely have more submarine photos than you can shake a stick at! Whatever that means.

How did you get such a clear photo of Darla??

Anonymous said...

It looks like the monorail is broken down in the 4th picture - there's even a technician looking "under the hood"

Daveland said...

Anonymous - Great catch on the Monorail shot; I never noticed that! Major - It only took about 4 times through to get the Darla shot! Amazing what the right lens and camera can do.

Mr. Mouse Monthly said...

Looks like someone is working on a stranded submarine in the 4th pic as well. Maybe a little more beta testing was in order!

Also, behind the CM you can see the sub exhaust pipe belching out smoke. That would never fly with the tree-huggers today.