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Tomorrowland 1967 Photo

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  • Tomorrowland 1967 Photo

    Dug up this old shot from my collection.
    Tomorrowland was really groovy then- even great without a Space Mountain...
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    I like eclectic blogs like yours. I'm going to bookmark it.
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      Re: Tomorrowland 1967 Photo

      Look at how much space there is at the entrance without the astro orbiter there.

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        I have that same photo. It's from a ViewMaster reel.

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          Re: Tomorrowland 1967 Photo

          Originally posted by Olympicnut View Post
          I have that same photo. It's from a ViewMaster reel.
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            Tomorrowland seemed so welcoming and cheerful back then.


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              Re: Tomorrowland 1967 Photo

              Why can't we have something like that again. a world on the move.

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