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Saturday, March 14, 2015

Vintage Disneyland Polaroids

By Keith Mahne




Like many of you, I absolutely love vintage photos of Disneyland. I post several on our Disney Avenue Facebook page for the daily "Picture of the day" segment there. These types of photos bring a wonderful sense of nostalgia and allow us to look back at the beauty and wonder of Walt Disney's gift to the world. Today's article features vintage polaroid pictures of Disneyland taken on April 1969. You'll even see the back of them displaying a hand written description of each photo. I have fallen in love with these beautiful pictures and I think you will too! Have a look at them after the page break...



"The Matterhorn with flowerbeds in the foreground at Disneyland"


"The Opera House taken from the Mine Train at Disneyland"



"Mack with fruit cart taken at the flower and fruit market. Main St. USA Disneyland"



"Flower bed with Bird of paradise in foreground with Matterhorn in the rear, and the People Mover at the right at Disneyland"



"One of the many Restaurants and side walk cafe's with the flower garden in foreground at Disneyland"



"A scene from the Mine train at Disneyland."



"Ann in front of pansy bed at Disneyland"



"A replica of old faithful Volcano at Disneyland, as seen from Mine train."



Swiss family Robinson tree house at Disneyland"



"The flower market on Main St. USA at Disneyland."



Aren't these fantastic! Let us know what you thought in the comments below. If you have any old family vacation photos of Disneyland or Walt Disney World and would like to share them here on Disney Avenue please contact me using the "Contact" tab above.



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Keith Michael Mahne is the owner and editor of Disney Avenue and the host of the Disney Avenue Podcast. He has made countless trips to the Walt Disney World resort since his first trip in 1989 at the age of four. Keith has a strong passion and respect for Walt Disney, the parks and resorts, and the men and women who help create them. He started Disney Avenue as a way to inform and entertain readers and to repay all those who make dreams come true everyday.
 
 





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