Sunday, December 02, 2007

Two Views of Fantasyland

Today's post shows two unique views of Fantasyland. The first is of the photographic icon the Chicken of the Sea Pirate Ship restaurant. The uniqueness of the view is of the intricately carved stern of the boat with the famous Mermaid logo.

The second view is a you are there on King Arthur's Carrousel.

4 comments:

Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

THANKS! Rare and incredible view of the Pirate Ship, taken from the moving Skyway I would guess. Amazing woodwork on the back (sorry, Stern) of the ship, you’d think they were actually going to sail it!

NICE shot of the Casey Jones Jr. R.R. sign; can you read what it says under it? (__ the train?) I love this sign! I don’t think I have seen it before, not from this angle at least!

Those kids on the Carrousel could smile a little more, there at Disneyland for goodness sake!
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Progressland said...

That's a great view of the back of the ship!

Vintage, I think the smaller sign just says 'To the Trains', though why it would say that on the back I don't know.

Viewliner Ltd. said...

Fantastic COS picture. The best detail I have seen.

K. Reber said...

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