hey I was reserching old ticket books on ebay, and I came across these beauties http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-DisneyLa...8523QQihZ010QQ
Best. Playhouse. EVER.
Unusually and exceedingly peculiar and altogether quite impossible to describe...
I want it!
How old are those booths?
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And it's only $330 so far!
That's pretty neat though!
For certain you must be lost to find the places that can't be found. Elseways, everyone would know where it was.
Make a great pool bar!
I could so see one of these in my back yard tuned into a craft/work room..... *drool*
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If I had the money, I'd buy them, and fix them up, and make a open bar.....buy all kinds of booze, maybe fit in a little refridge..... and the best part about it would be when people asked where I got them...... from Disneyland!!
Great..... I've been watching it.... there goes my chances of trying to get it cheap.
Oh. My. God.
If I had the money (since im a kid) I would so buy that! I could almost if I hadn't have spend it on my ipod touch! LOL
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FYI, those are NOT the original Ticket Booths for Disneyland, but they will built in the 1980's and were the last booths used prior to the switch to the current "Disneyland Resort" layout.
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Originally Posted by penguinsoda I could so see one of these in my back yard tuned into a craft/work room..... *drool* I'm with you!
Originally Posted by Darkbeer FYI, those are NOT the original Ticket Booths for Disneyland, but they will built in the 1980's and were the last booths used prior to the switch to the current "Disneyland Resort" layout. Yes, I was told that there are only two remaining original front gate ticket booths. One is being used as the camera/film/info booth near IASW, and the other is in the Smithsonian.
Here is a photo... http://www.matterhorn1959.com/blog1/5.TicketBooths.jpg
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