Thursday, October 07, 2010

May 57 Visit to Disneyland Part 6

Continuing the exploration of Frontierland in May of 1957. First up is everyone's favorite cabin with the body out front.

Next up is a nice speeding view of the E.P. Ripley. It appears the train is racing the Mark Twain.

Another speeding view, this time the Stagecoach coming right towards the photographer. Nice outfits on the two sisters.

A view of the Indian Village from the Mark Twain. Sure looks like the Native American dancers are sleeping in.


My favorite image in this group, a nice pastoral image of Frontierland with the winding paths that were used by the Pack Mules. One of the pack of mules carrying guests can be seen in the upper right hand corner.

Still on the hunt for an early 1970's Walt Disney World cup. If you have one, please let me know. Or if you have a nice image of someone holding one, I am interested. Thanks.


Connie Moreno said...

What great views! Especially because the trees are so small. You could never get that shot of the train from the Mark Twain today.

Davelandweb said...

If you want me to zoom in, let me know:

Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

What an amazing set of images, that last one looks like anywhere but Disneyland, wow! E.P. Ripley shot is priceless as well.

Could not find a WDW cup, how about a bright yellow poncho?