Thursday, February 06, 2020

Next Stop: Tomorrowland!



The Tomorrowland Train Station at Disneyland is a Googie-styled depot built in 1958. The nearby Viewliner train attraction (1957-1958) had a similar station with the same type of beams with round holes.



How this area looked in my photo from May 2011:



Still Googie-looking, but with a touch of Jules Verne.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm happy to see that the integrity of the original structure remains. So little of it is left throughout the park. KS

Daveland said...

Sad but true!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this post. This little structure is a favorite spot since it seems to be still pretty unchanged.

I sure don't remember those goofy Tomorrowland 92 signs, but according to google earth, they are still there. It's interesting that the Street View ends at the hat shop, you can't see the train station at all except in the aerial view. At least the signs have round holes in keeping with the theme.

JG