Tuesday, August 21, 2012

1988 Frontierland Sights

Three images of sights seen along the banks of the Rivers of America circa 1988. First up is the change to the Burning Settlers Cabin. The change was to make the burning due to a drunk moonshiner instead of a dead settler killed by Indians.

Next up is a nice image of the friendly natives village. The Indians are doing their chores.

And as a parting image, the Indian Chief is saying goodbye and happy trails to you.


K. Martinez said...

Nice Frontierland shots. I still love the Indian Village at the back end of Rivers of America. That's where I feel transported back to Walt's Disneyland.

I'm enjoying your 88 series. Those images from that era aren't so common yet.

Major Pepperidge said...

I don't think I've ever seen a photo of the drunk moonshiner and his still before, that's a great picture!