Sunday, January 13, 2013
Skyway views are so common in vintage Disneyland pictures, I sometimes take them for granted. With the exception of glimpses while aboard the Matterhorn, there is no real way to get a bird's eye view anymore. And I doubt that anything will be built there in the next 15 or 20 years that will get guests up in the air.
Today's photos are from 1966, heading toward Tomorrowland. Turning to our left we can see the massive, gleaming white show building for "It's a Small World", which must have opened rather recently. Behind Storybook Land there appears to be some construction going on, though I can't imagine what it would be for. Any ideas?
Continuing in our bucket just a little bit further, we now look down on the Monorail track, the queue area for the Motor Boat Cruise and a small ticket booth.