One of the things I personally enjoy about Disneyland are the Main Street vehicles which run in the mornings. Though funny enough, I have never ridden in one, I do however feel they bring a wonderful ambiance to Main Street U.S.A.
As I was pondering, I was walking back past Circle D, and started wondering what they did with the Disneyland Stagecoaches. At which point I started to wonder why they don't have Stagecoach rides through Frontierland.
Come dream with me for a moment (I do apologize that I do not have many pictures). The ride would roll pass the Golden Horseshoe, along the dock of the Mark Twain and Sailing Ship Columbia. Pulling up the hill which leads to the peaceful wooden bridge. Pulling to the right to make it's turn just before entering Fantasyland, but past Big Thunder Ranch. Making it's trip.
It might be necessary to make a Stage stop a little past Big Thunder Ranch. The best location for this stop (and help make more room for a full turn area) would be where the area just before the phones, though after the smoking area and around the curve (not sure if someone might have a picture of this area). Pull the path back, and adding a Stage station, not only would add to the theme, but also give a somewhat blank area something to look at, and a little life.
I'm sorry once again that I don't have pictures, the only picture I have is one of the Disneyland Stagecoach, much like the one Walt used around his studios before Disneyland opened (it might be the same one).
Not only would this plan bring back some much needed theme to Frontierland, it would also bring a piece of history back to Disneyland.