Monday, March 12, 2012

Two Views of Frontierland 1956

Two interesting views of Frontierland. First up is a snapshot of the Pony Stockade that used to sit behind the stockade entrance to Frontierland. This is where Marshall Willard P. Bounds had his spot and is basically the location of the Frontierland Shooting Gallery.

Next up is a nice photo spot in Indian Village. I know everyone has seen the dancers, but there was a spot in front of the teepees where guests could snap a photo and pose on various stumps. I love the kid in the right sticking his tongue out.

1 comment:

Major Pepperidge said...

Great pony farm photo!