Here's some more pictures from Oogies vault. This time, I bring you Frontierland. Enjoy.
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WoW! Great pictures, I miss that old Cascade peak mountain.
Great pics, again Oogie - miss Wally Boag and the Old table service Golden Horseshoe...although Billy's show currently is pretty good!!!
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These pictures are amazing! I always love pictures of the old Mine Trains Through Nature's Wonderland and Rainbow Caverns. Thank you for sharing!
Great photos! Thanks for sharing!
these pics are awesome.
What did they serve at the Golden Horseshoe? I only remember getting chips (Fritos, I think) and Pepsi.
Originally Posted by Schmielsen What did they serve at the Golden Horseshoe? I only remember getting chips (Fritos, I think) and Pepsi. I remember that they used to serve hot dogs, nachos, and the like.
Good stuff! Love these old pics.
Warning: Portions of this attraction are intense and may not be appropriate for younger children.
wow! How did they get that picture of the Mark Twain from above? That's a really nice shot!
Thank you so much for putting the pictures on for those of us who weren't able to see or ride the older Frontierland rides. Thank you so much!!
Great pictures! I was so bored this morning that I started messing around with the color on the pictures in photoshop and restored some of the pictures. They turned out really good!
Wow amazing Thanks for sharing
Was Cascade Peak something guests could climb? Because that one aerial shot of the Mark Twain looks to have been taken from there. How did you get that? Or did you have a helicopter? ;-)
I'm not sure how the picture of the Mark Twain from above was taken. That picture was from a slide that was purchased in the early 1970's.
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