Student of History, both Disney and Academic. Opinions, thoughts, and news on theme park design theory, from EPCOT, to Disneyland, to the World's Fairs.
Columbia Harbor House, 1972.
@YoPaulieNJ if it has, the changes are minimal to the aesthetics. 1972:
@21royalstreet ARENT YOU HAPPY WITH THIS, ANDY???
@elby2007 @ImagnryCupcakes @AtDisneyAgain here’s mine.
@AtDisneyAgain @ImagnryCupcakes DECLINING BY DEGREES, ADA. DECLINING BY DEGREES.
Something I never noticed: you can SEE THROUGH the castle in this famous shot from 7/17/55. Whoa.
Twitter, Robo Butler is judging you. Again. You know why.
Sometimes I remember that early DCA shoehorned MSEP into the park by calling it a “California Classic” and I laugh.
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Here’s the Polynesian glass that the new Adventureland glasses are based off of. Basically the same awesome design.
Oh, just Leota Toombs painting the Audio Animatronic of Thomas Jefferson.
@heyitsurban I think you should know about this.
So, never made it to the Keys, but I'm still getting this view. I'll take it.
@bobbywojcik @OhMeylaWeyla it's all good. Still getting this view.
And the video posted shows off two castle turrets, like the FLE wall. And Tokyo. Interesting.
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