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  • My Disneyland Photos I collected to share with you all

    Here are just a few from disneyland from the Late 50's i belive. Once i upload all of the rest i will post the links for you all

    ENJOY

    Late 50's Disneyland Photo's More added to this folder

    Disneyland 1961 I belive

    Disneyland Photos from 1964 I belive

    Disneyland 1965

    Disneyland 1966

    Disneyland 1969 This set is GOOD!!!!! Notice the Horse-drawn streetcar has a 10 cent fee. Also there is the one the only Carousel of Progress. And in light of recent events there is a pic of the Submarine lagoon empty.

    Disneyland 1972


    These next sets were taking by a ex-cast member from what I understand. These were taken when the park was closed in 1976

    Disneyland 1976 Main Street, U.S.A.

    Disneyland 1976 Fantasyland

    Disneyland 1976 Frontierland

    Disneyland 1976 Nature's Wonderland

    Disneyland 1976 Tomorrowland


    Taking by a ex-cast member from what I understand. These were taken when the park was closed in 1979. First year Big Thunder was opened.

    Disneyland 1979 Well i cant upload the rest here yet yahoo is having issues but I will upload them asap

    Well thats it thats all i got. If i get more you all will be the first to know. It's really neat to look at these and see how the park has progressed over the years.
    Last edited by aluisi; 04-29-2005, 06:13 PM.
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  • #2
    Great pics! Thanks for sharing

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    • #3
      Thanks, always nice to see photos of the past! Keep them coming!
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      • #4
        What wonderful pictures! Is that you in the pink dress?

        I love seeing old pictures from Disneyland. Thank you for sharing.
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        • #5
          no its not my in the dress if my parents but me in a dress i would be one confused boy lol. These are just old pics i have collected from various people and sources.
          "People demand freedom of speech to make up for the freedom of thought which they avoid."
          - Soren Aabye Kierkegaard (1813-1855)


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          • #6
            Great pictures!

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            • #7
              Just a thought. I think the reason families don't have more snaphots from DL during the '50s is the fact that anyone who thought of themselves as middle class had put the Brownie Camera on the closet shelf and took the home movie camera to the park instead.

              Home Movies were all the rage until video made film obsolete. My family has some B/W shots from the first year of the park's opening but then it was 8mm or 35mm slides after that. I have loads of both.

              And...to all you critics of DCA (and it's been pointed out in numerous posts) please note the bare look of DL and lack of vegetation. It has taken decades for bushes and trees to mature and create the look that many of you have in your minds when you think of DL. The JC really looks like a jungle for only the past 30 years. Before that, it was pretty sparse.
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              • #8
                Great pics.
                Love the shot of the castle and flowers!
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                • #9
                  I will be adding much more very soon just give me time to upload
                  "People demand freedom of speech to make up for the freedom of thought which they avoid."
                  - Soren Aabye Kierkegaard (1813-1855)


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                  • #10
                    I miss Cascade Peak!
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                    • #11
                      Those are great. The pics came out awesome...They look colorful and brilliant like you just took them last week. Keep them coming...PLEASE!

                      What terrific history.

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                      • #12
                        These are so awesome. I love to see the park from back in the day.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by desertdweller
                          Just a thought. I think the reason families don't have more snaphots from DL during the '50s is the fact that anyone who thought of themselves as middle class had put the Brownie Camera on the closet shelf and took the home movie camera to the park instead.

                          Home Movies were all the rage until video made film obsolete. My family has some B/W shots from the first year of the park's opening but then it was 8mm or 35mm slides after that. I have loads of both.
                          I was just going to say - my parents' families both spent time at DL in the '60s, but all they have are B&W home movies. I insisted on digging out the projector so I could watch my mom and uncle cavorting in Fantasyland. But they're sure a lot harder to post on the internet...not to mention they're at the old family homestead.

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                          • #14
                            I love those photos of the ROA, the second one of the Mike Fink Keelboat shows the ROA downstream, and it looks compeltely different. It looks more like a frontier than all those trees. Very cool pics, thanks for sharing!
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                            • #15
                              Those are wonderful! It is great to see the park back then from a visitor's perspective.

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