Frontierland more rugged and rustic? See, this baffles me. The trains running along the deciduous backwoods along the Rivers of America, with the Mark Twain or Columbia occasionally spotted through the growth, is about as evocative of frontier America as one is likely to find. I dare say that this is probably the most-loved section of the railroad, simply for the reason that for a few brief minutes, you are not in Anaheim any longer, but skirting the Mississippi of the 1850s.
The trains running through Fantasyland literally become part of one of its most cherished icons: It's a Small World. And when the trains enter Tomorrowland, they roll along under the Monorail beamways, effectively juxtaposing the 19th century steam trains with the (imagined) transportation system of the future
What more is necessary? How can fantasyland look more charming? The view is one of walkways and the Small World queue; How can TL look more futuristic?