Filed under: Disneyland (CA)
In this installment of my ongoing visual gallery, I want to go on a virtual voyage back to the 1970s, when Disneyland’s Frontierland looked…pretty much the same as it does today. As long as you ignore the late-model mountains at either end, modern Hipstaprints from the middle of Frontierland look like might as well have been taken forty years ago.
The clothes are the giveaway that these aren’t Polaroids out of my attic.
The Shooting Exposistion recently had its marquee refurbished, so this really is a historical photo now…
Does anyone remember if Disneyland did Day of the Dead decor back in the 70s?
This petrified tree was an anniversary gift from Walt to his wife. Legend says she was less then thrilled, and made him put it in his park instead of their home.
The rigging of the Sailing Ship Columbia is truly timeless.
One last look at the Mark Twain riverboat pulling into its dock.
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