Monday, February 12, 2007

Peter Pan the D Ticket Ride 1966

Two wonderful images of the Peter Pan Ride front facade in 1966. Peter Pan was a D ticket ride as the second sign points out. The bottom of the sign states that money was not accepted at the ride, you had to either use one of your tickets from your ticket book or a ticket purchased. In the first photo you can see the lovely mural at the load section.

4 comments:

Davelandweb said...

And 50 years later, this ride still packs 'em in! Great shots Patrick!

Major Pepperidge said...

I wish I could get a better look at the mural...I love the new ones, but am curious to see the old ones.

sroden said...

wow... all the recent sign posts are great! it's always so nice to see photos of the things most people never took photos of. just wonderful.

Tom said...

Great site! I grew up in SoCal and love Disneyland's history!
Found this Blog while researching the Monsanto House of the Future, for a 3D rendering I wanted to do in Google SketchUp (http://modelingmidcenturymodern.blogspot.com/2007/02/work-in-progress.html You can download free SketchUp and download the model as well). The original architecural firm in Boston, who designed MHofF has since sent me the plans so I can draw the interior! -TomL