Thursday, March 22, 2007

More Frontierland, Now 1956

Three views of Frontierland and the Rivers of America circa 1956. The first view is a nice shot of a Keel Boat on a very lonely river. It appears there is some construction going on in the background on shore. I believe there is a stack of logs for Fort Wilderness. The second shot shows the original Indian Village. The village would go through many changes in figures and the boy fishing would be added eventually. The final shot is of the arched rocks and mesa's in the desert. This is almost the same shot as yesterday's Mine Train shot. I still like the Hopi Pueblo's on top of the table rocks.


Tangaroa said...

Don't forget "Ma Coyote" at the base of the rocks!

Major Pepperidge said...

I've seen lots of pictures of the indian village, to the point where I don't really look at them carefully anymore. It would be kind of interesting to scan some from different years and spot the changes. Homework!