Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Negatives From Disneyland Part Two

More scans of the negatives from Disneyland. The first is a nice view of the Skyway load station in Tomorrowland. Check out all the attraction posters on the wall.

The next is a shot of the cute kid in front of the Chicken of the Sea Pirate Ship. For those who love signs (and who does not?), I have placed a close up of the Kodak picture spot sign.

A shot of the exit area from the Fantasyland Skyway. I really like the black embroidered western shirt on the cowboy.

Final image from this set of negatives is of old unfaithful spouting off a jet of steam in Nature's Wonderland. I believe this was taken from the Disneyland and Santa Fe Railroad as you can see the Mine Train track in the photograph.

5 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

The Pirate Ship is high and dry! I wonder what they used to find in that water? Cameras, hats, glasses.....?!

Thufer said...

man. do i remember climbing those steps! great shot of the TL Skyway station.

Viewliner Ltd. said...

Great shot of the Skyway station. Pretty unique angle.

Katella Gate said...

The Pirate Ship looks funny.

I've heard about strange yearly rituals done at the park, usually under the cover of nightfall.

I'm told it was some kind of religious compulsion with Walt, almost a fetish. I think it was called "Annual Renovation", performed by the "Cult of Preventative Maintenance."

Imagine, wasting good money on things that aren't broken yet!

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