The front of the cards feature book style illustrations for the characters. There are some unusual characters chosen such as Flower, Thumper and Dumbo. The cards feature 4 of the Donald Duck cards and 4 sets of these character cards.
My favorite part of the cards is the back with this early and nice graphic of the characters looking at the park from a hot air balloon. The attractions are completely smooshed together.
My favorite man made mountain with Hans and Fritz waving from the top of the Matterhorn.
One of the quiet locations in Disneyland is the Snow White Grotto. This is one of my favorite places to stop by and just relax and breathe for a couple of minutes when I am at the park.
A crowded day as seen by this image of the Sleeping Beauty Castle from the hub. Check out that 1970s crowd.
Next up is an image of the Main Street Train Station with an excited crowd anticipating a fun filled day at Disneyland.
A nice view of the east side of Main Street. The lamp post is for Snow White's 50th Anniversary.
Final image for today is one of my favorite stores on Main Street, Disneyana. Some wonderful items have been sold through this small shop.
A view from a now missed and treasured location- the Disney Gallery that once was over Pirates of the Caribbean. I know I visited the store every trip I made, but I do not remember taking pictures of the interior.
The last image is of the window display for the Disney Clothiers shop on Main Street. Check out the reflection of the Penny Arcade in the window.
Next up is the Mad Hatter shop next to the Opera House. I love the Mad Hatter style hat as a logo.
One of my favorite stores on Main Street is the Candy Palace with the lovely smell of candy, and the fun of watching the chefs create candy.
Final image on this sunny day is the China Closet. This is a great store filled with souvenir statues of your favorite Disney characters.
Next up a view of the Indian Village on the banks of the Rivers of America as seen from the Mark Twain.
Zulu and his sister playing on the rocks on Tom Sawyer's Island. I miss the simple theming that this playground used to be...
Next up is a view of Submarine Voyage with the Carousel of Progress in the background. I never tire of nice Submarine shots.
A rare view of the exit from Country Bear Jamboree. I miss the little waterfalls as seen in the background.
Last image is a kids eye view of the Tobacco Store Indian on Main Street. Some interesting and tantalizing glimpses of the Tobacco Store and Main Street Cinema in the background.
Next up is a nice view of the rock work. Tony Baxter really did an exceptional job with this attraction.
A back view of the attraction showing more of the rock work and landscaping.
Two views of the load and unload areas. Some great theming and also one of the best hidden queues with the line snaking under ground and out of guests line of site.
Next up is a nice view of one of the mining set pieces seen from the line. I am not sure if this decoration and set piece is still out at Disneyland.
A view from behind on the walkway between Frontierland and Fantasyland.
Last image shows the wonderful rock work. Big Thunder is one of the best examples of rock work.