It's time for another look at some vintage decals; the kind that you could buy for a few cents, soak in water for a minute, and then slide them onto the window of your station wagon, airstream trailer, or even your suitcase. I love their simple (sometimes crude) designs and garish colors.
Here's a nice example from the Disneyland Hotel, with a special guest appearance from the Monorail.
I don't recommend parking your horse right next to the train when hot steam is being vented. You know what this decal needs? More brown!
Yee-haw! We're back at Knott's Berry Farm again. A giant boysenberry, a cowpoke, a conestoga wagon, and the silhouetted Ghost Town make this an exceptional decal.
And finally, here's one from The Enchanted Forest in Old Forge, New York. When this park opened in 1956, it only had a train ride. There was also a circus tent, and scenes featuring characters from Fairy Tales and other stories. The park changed owners, and is now known as "The Enchanted Forest Water Safari".