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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    Leave it to sediment to go "post mortem" on all of us...
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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    Quote Originally Posted by cellarhound View Post
    Leave it to sediment to go "post mortem" on all of us...
    That's me!

    Also, a list of Imagineer homages to previous attractions would be nice, too.
    For example, King Triton statue? Made completely from plastic from the House of the Future. If a wrecking ball were to hit it, it would just bounce right off.
    "Here You Leave the World of California Today and Enter the World of, um, er, California Today."

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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    Very cool!!!! Been a fan of YL for years and now it's part of the MiceAge family. Very, very nice and welcome Werner and Yesterland.
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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    Yay! Two of my favourite sources of Disneyland info now under the one roof.

    If only HKDL Source could be encompassed, nobody would ever have to go anywhere else again

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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    I just wish you could click on the pictures to make them larger. Some of them I'd like to get a better look at.

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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    Quote Originally Posted by sediment View Post
    Is it possible to add photos of "What's left of it"? Easy one is the Fantasyland Skyway terminus, probably already a picture of that. The other day, though, someone was asking for a photo of the foundation of the House of the Future, now decorated with a statue of King Triton, I believe.
    I like this idea, Sediment.

    I believe that the foundation of the House of the Future is actually in a planter near the King Triton fountain. I saw a photo of it on line somewhere. I'll have to look for it on my trip in a couple of weeks and see if I can get a photo.

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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    This is a great new forum. There seems to be a renewed interest in old Disneyland photos and information. Maybe it should be called "If Disneyland were actually a museum". :P

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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    That "yesterland" site is awesome!

    I totally bookmarked it.. and look foward to reading everything that it has.. and the future updates too!!!

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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    If Yesterland Park could be sitting across the Esplanade from Disneyland, the 5 freeway would be jammed everyday around the resort, and they'd be building hotels from there to Fullerton and Santa Ana to accomodate the crowds.

    I know which one I'd rather spend 60 bucks on.

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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    Quote Originally Posted by Radiobarry View Post
    If Yesterland Park could be sitting across the Esplanade from Disneyland, the 5 freeway would be jammed everyday around the resort, and they'd be building hotels from there to Fullerton and Santa Ana to accomodate the crowds.

    I know which one I'd rather spend 60 bucks on.

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    Good point.

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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    Quote Originally Posted by Dustysage View Post
    FYI Folks - Werner has kindly offered to Moderate this section of the site. I'm sure he would be happy to address any questions that you may have about Yesterland. This is a real privilege for all of us and we are so pleased to have Werner on the team!

    -Dusty

    who is werner..... sorry i dont know

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    i worked at dca for 2 years and still dont know who werner is so sorry

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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    Quote Originally Posted by kelly View Post
    who is werner..... sorry i dont know
    Werner Weiss is the web master of www.yesterland.com

    I strongly encourage you to take a look at his magnificent site.

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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    Kelly, you might want to start out by reading Sue Kruse's column on the MiceAge page, and then visit Werner Weiss's website, Yesterland. For about ten years now, he's been maintaining a website dedicated to all the things that no longer exist at Disneyland - ergo, Yesterland.

    It's a fantastic site. You should get all your answers by doing those two things!

    --Barry
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    Re: Yesterland is your land - Here age relives fond memories of the past

    thanks dusty and barry sorry to, sound so stupid i just didnt know who he was even though inwokred at dca for 2 years hmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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