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The Matterhorn Bobsleds at Disneyland was the world's first steel tubular roller coaster and it paved the future of the modern coasters we love today. American Coaster Enthusiasts have declared it a historical landmark. Hard to believe this photo is over 53 years old!

The Matterhorn Bobsleds at Disneyland was the world's first steel tubular roller coaster and it paved the future of the modern coasters we love today. American Coaster Enthusiasts have declared it a historical landmark. Hard to believe this photo is over 53 years old!

Disneyland Skull Rock, 1960s-era. Originally located next to the Pirate Ship Restaurant, this awesome Peter Pan landmark was demolished as of 1983 and replaced by Dumbo, amazingly enough. I dearly loves me some Dumbo, but boo hoo anyway.

Skull Rock

Disneyland Skull Rock, 1960s-era. Originally located next to the Pirate Ship Restaurant, this awesome Peter Pan landmark was demolished as of 1983 and replaced by Dumbo, amazingly enough. I dearly loves me some Dumbo, but boo hoo anyway.

Tom Sawyer Island Treehouse, August 1961. Before the Matterhorn was constructed, the treehouse on Tom Sawyer Island was the highest point in Disneyland. | Gorillas Don't Blog

Tom Sawyer Island Treehouse, August 1961

Before the Matterhorn was constructed, the treehouse on Tom Sawyer Island was the "highest point in Disneyland", a fact that is mentioned o...

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ANAHEIM HISTORICAL SOCIETY: Farmland vs. Fantasyland, 1955 -- Orange trees and a row of fully-grown eucalyptus trees on the outskirts of Disneyland during the autumn of the park's opening year.

Farmland vs. Fantasyland, 1955

Orange trees and a row of fully-grown eucalyptus trees on the outskirts of Disneyland during the autumn of the park's opening year. Today, the orange grove is gone, but amazingly those eucalyptus trees have survived. You can see them today as you face the Storybook Land attraction. The trees were planted over a hundred years ago by Anaheim farmers as a windbreak to their property line.

Vintage Photo of the Disneyland Gondolas #disney #vintagedisney #vintage #vintagephoto #disneyland #waltdisney

Vintage Disney Parks

Vintage Photo of the Disneyland Gondolas #disney #vintagedisney #vintage #vintagephoto #disneyland #waltdisney

Tiny Kline, the first Tinker Bell to appear at Disneyland Park, and was hired in 1961 to fly during the fireworks display. She was a very petite woman who was four feet ten inches tall and a mere 98 pounds. This portrayer of Tinker Bell was 71 years old and a former circus aerialist. At the end of her flight she was stopped by running into a mattress.

Vintage Disney Parks

disneylandguru: “Tiny Kline, the first Tinker Bell to appear at Disneyland Park, and was hired in 1961 to fly during the fireworks display. She was a very petite woman who was four feet ten inches...

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Space Mountain, Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World, 1989.

Transportation of Tomorrow

This is very cool. Picture from the WedWay People mover with a Skyway bucket in front of Space Mountain from 1989.

Disneyland opens 1955

See Vintage Disneyland, from when Walt Disney's magical theme park in Southern California opened in the '50s

Before vintage Disneyland opened in 1955, Walt Disney said the huge amusement park would be the most fabulous playground on earth. See what it looked like!

The Autopia Eagle greets Disneyland guests as they approach the Tomorrowland Skyway Station, c. 1958-ish

Tomorrowland Skyway Station

There's nothing like a nice sunny day and a blue sky full of puffy clouds to help make a day at Disneyland extra special. Sometimes you fin...

Davelandblog: The Quiet Harbor

The Quiet Harbor

There are very few quiet spots left at Disneyland; I consider Fowler's Inn/Harbor to be one of my very favorite. When the park is swarming...