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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    Quote Originally Posted by Davelandweb View Post
    Ditto...I get sad every time I see what Fort Wilderness looks like now, and how it has no function as far as the guests are concerned.
    This is true, it is rather sad: but on the flip side, was very glad to see when they took the walls down a year or so back (maybe) that the old pioneer cemetery on back of the island was still there and intact. One of my favorite in-park displays which receives very little guest attention.
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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    Quote Originally Posted by RegionsBeyond View Post
    This is true, it is rather sad: but on the flip side, was very glad to see when they took the walls down a year or so back (maybe) that the old pioneer cemetery on back of the island was still there and intact. One of my favorite in-park displays which receives very little guest attention.
    Good point! Here are some shots I took there last year. For those of you who haven't explored this area, do so...if you don't spend time visiting and enjoying this stuff, then you can't blame the company for removing these hidden gems!

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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    If you could only bring back one thing from the past, what would it be? I'm split between Fort Wilderness and the Skyway (buckets as I used to call them). Though I'm leaning towards the buckets.

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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    Quote Originally Posted by Donnyabear View Post
    If you could only bring back one thing from the past, what would it be? I'm split between Fort Wilderness and the Skyway (buckets as I used to call them). Though I'm leaning towards the buckets.
    If I could bring back one thing from the past it would be Walt on the creative throne of the Disney empire.
    "You can cut me off from the civilized world. You can incarcerate me with two moronic cellmates. You can torture me with your thrice daily swill, but you cannot break the spirit of a Winchester. My voice shall be heard from this wilderness and I shall be delivered from this fetid and festering sewer."

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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    I heart this thread!
    "The old man's gonna knock on the sky. Listen to the sound."

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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    Quote Originally Posted by Donnyabear View Post
    If you could only bring back one thing from the past, what would it be? I'm split between Fort Wilderness and the Skyway (buckets as I used to call them). Though I'm leaning towards the buckets.
    For me, it would be a toss-up between Carousel of Progress and The Country Bear Jamboree.
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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    Quote Originally Posted by Donnyabear View Post
    If you could only bring back one thing from the past, what would it be? I'm split between Fort Wilderness and the Skyway (buckets as I used to call them). Though I'm leaning towards the buckets.
    The Mine Train Though Nature's Wonderland was one of those attractions you didn't fully appreciate until it was gone. Then again, Carousel of Progress was everything Disneyland (and TomorrowLand in particular) should be.

    Great thread! My memories are exploding!

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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    Quote Originally Posted by calsig31 View Post
    If I could bring back one thing from the past it would be Walt on the creative throne of the Disney empire.
    Yes! I'm all for this!!!

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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    Quote Originally Posted by RegionsBeyond View Post
    For those not familiar with the old thread, most of the photos still there even though it's closed: DL Ephemera

    New Orleans Square ODV cart selling various candy and nuts, 1980's. Directly across was (at the time) the space of the Gourmet Shop, selling Southern/New Orleans food items and cooking utensils.
    There was no ODV space anywhere near the Gourmet Shop (now the Bat en Rouge). You can clearly see the patio dining space of Sara Lee Cafe Orleans behind the cart which places it opposite the former Antiques Shop (now part of Pieces of Eight and currently featuring Jack Skellington/Nightmare merchanise).

    The era is correct as the costume was the successor to the light blue polyester dress of the late '70s.

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    How I miss this attraction as it originally was. The graveyard of lost ships, deep sea fish, mermaids, the giant squid, the sea serpent...it was fantastic, plastic unmoving fish and all.

    I agree with you 100% on this. Every time I see pictures on this I go back in time... It was one of the best attractions. The "Finding Nemo" Submarine should be "depth charged" into oblivion! The soundtrack for the original Submarine Voyage is still one of my favorites. I felt that I actually "dived" on the ride (and not led around a kiddie pool with the Nemo obscenity.) Oh well, at least when I visit Disneyland today, I don't have to waste any time in that line. (I can go over and wait in the Matterhorn line where the seats are now set to cripple anyone over 6 feet!)
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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection


    Entrance tent and tickets/concessions for the Mickey Mouse Club Circus, a very unsuccessful temporary addition to the park (1955 - 1956)


    And jumping forward many years: a personal photo showing construction of DCA and Downtown Disney taken from the observation tower/preview center located outside Disneyland.
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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    I love the CA construction photo. I would love to see more of these.
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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    Quote Originally Posted by TrueBlue View Post
    The Mine Train Though Nature's Wonderland was one of those attractions you didn't fully appreciate until it was gone. Then again, Carousel of Progress was everything Disneyland (and TomorrowLand in particular) should be.

    Great thread! My memories are exploding!
    I cannot believe I left off Nature's Wonderland! The amazement from that attraction lasted a lot longer than the "thrills" one experiences on BTMRR. Here are a few April 1960 Rainbow Ridge Renovation/Construction photos:

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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    Fabulous photos as always there, Dave!

    Would you happen to have any shots of the old Villains store interior (when it was in Fantasyland)? Just checking, no big deal if not. I've never found any myself.
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    Re: Disneyland Old Photos and Ephemera: The Resurrection

    Quote Originally Posted by RegionsBeyond View Post
    Fabulous photos as always there, Dave!

    Would you happen to have any shots of the old Villains store interior (when it was in Fantasyland)? Just checking, no big deal if not. I've never found any myself.
    I'm stumped on that one, too! What years was it open?
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