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WDW Tomorrowland, DL Tomorrowland --- Yester Photos

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  • WDW Tomorrowland, DL Tomorrowland --- Yester Photos

    Here are some photos of DL Tomorrowland before 1998 and WDW Tomorrowland before 1994.
    PeopleMover at it's station, 1968 Monorail soaring through the lagoon, 1959 40 Years of Adventure, 1995

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    Nice photos. my only issue is that most of them clearly belong to others (hence the watermarks with the websites and logos). As a photographer, it can be very frustrating when you see others grab your photos and use them for their own use without permission (not to mention it's a violation of copyright laws). Might be better to show links to the websites that you got them from and send some well deserved traffic to the ones that actually own the photos.

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    • #3
      Very cool! Love vintage photos!
      Theme Park Brews - Where theme parks are just half the fun!

      http://youtube.com/ThemeParkBrews

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