The next image shows the lovely freeway of tomorrow with the Alweg Monorail station in the background. The soft colors are nice in this shot. Note the rear license plates on the car in the middle of the image.
The second image shows the walkway towards the mountain. Not many images were taken from this angle.
The second image is blurry as it was taken from a speeding Monorail. The color on this came out really nice.
Here are the two images flopped and another round of color correction.
The second image shows the other posters that are in the shade in the first image. Also the Kalamazoo handcar is visible.
Next up is a picture showing the canal leading to the Seven Seas Lagoon with a resort launch heading towards the Magic Kingdom. It would be nice to stitch these images together for a panorama especially if you knew the layout of the ground.
The second image shows more of the Monorail track with a nice shot of the monorail speeding on the track.
The second image shows a bit of the resort but also the waterway between the resort and the Seven Seas Lagoon.
The second image shows a nice three car Monorail on the beamway. I like the sleek bullet like look of the vehicle.
The second image could have been spectacular but the moving Skyway bucket caused a blurry picture and there is still lots of sky. I still like the photograph for the newness of Tomorrowland in 1959.
The last shot is at least a slightly different view of the Mark Twain, but is once again blurry so the details of the guests are just not there. The excitement of docking and running off to another attraction is visible in the faces of the crowd.
Major Pepperidge your royalty check is in the mail.....
The second image is spectacular featuring the Cigar Store Indian out in front of the Frontierland Trading Post. I like the man filming and wonder where that film is now?
The second image showcases the stables where one could rent a hoss or a mule. Also note the great sign for the steak house on the post. I think there should be a dapper day for Knott's Berry Farm with everyone in classic 1940s and 1950s clothing as seen in this photo.
The next image shows how popular the scene was with guests. I find as many shots of these two as I do of the Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disneyland.
The second image is from the dock closest to the Frontierland dock and where the Jungle River Cruise water combines with the Rivers of America water. This dock is no longer exists. Lots of different vessels are out on the river including canoes and the Columbia with the Mark Twain in Fowler's Harbor drydock.
Next up is the standard Sleeping Beauty Castle photograph with a custodial cast member right in the middle of the image. I like the rolled up sleeve giving him a rebel look and he is wearing one of the first style name badges.
Next is an image of two visitors (mom and daughter)enjoying the cactus garden.