Monday, May 19, 2014

Burning Cabins and Santa Fe Disneyland Railroad

Two nice slides taken from the Mark Twain of the scenes along the Rivers of America. The first image is of the iconic burning settler's cabin. If you look closely, you can see the poor settler in front of his cabin with arrows sticking out of his body.

The next image shows a nice view of the C.K. Holliday pulling the excursion train through the forests of Frontierland. The bright red color of the engine and tender show nicely in the image.


K. Martinez said...

Love the image of the C.K. Holliday. It's always cool to see a Disneyland excursion train pass through the back woods of Frontierland while riding the Mark Twain or Columbia. And visa versa too. Thanks, Matterhorn.

Rich Clabaugh said...

The Jungle Cruise at night was so much fun! I enjoyed it much more than taking it in the day time! Thanks for sharing!