Vintage Disney

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Love all things Disney? Dive into some Disney history with Blogorail Orange and learn more about Disneyland, the Magic Kingdom, and the Mickey Mouse Club. Welcome aboard!


Mike - My Dreams of Disney“In this month’s Blogorail post, we are looking at Vintage Disney, and I’m exploring my favorite Original Attractions from the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World Resort! There are a lot to choose from, so check my top five list to see how it compares with your list!” – Mike
Peter Pan's Flight - My Dreams of Disney

Photo Credit: My Dreams of Disney


2nd Stop: The Mickey Mouse Club with What’s the Point?

Rosanne - What's the Point?“Who’s the leader of the club that’s made for you and me? Today, as we celebrate Vintage Disney, we look back at the Mickey Mouse Club and it’s influence on Disney culture.” – Rosanne

Photo Credit: WDW Facts

3rd Stop:
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Submarine Voyage with Frontierland Station

Kimberly - Frontierland Station“The history of this Disney attraction actually began in the 1800s, long before any Disney parks existed. We’ll take a look at how this attraction went from a classic novel to an attraction at two Disney theme parks.” – Kimberly
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

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4th Stop:
A C-ticket Adventure: Looking Back at Disney Parks’ Historic Coupon Books  with The Delightful Life

Jennifer - The Delightful Life“When my great grandfather passed away many years ago, someone set aside some early Disneyland memorabilia he had from a visit in the 1960s. Among the items was an early program and a partially used ticket book. I’ve been fascinated since, imagining what it was like to visit Disneyland or Walt Disney World using those coupon books to choose your adventure each visit!” – Jennifer
Disneyland Ticket Books - The Delightful Life

Photo Credit: The Delightful Life

5th Stop:
The Origins of Disneyland  with Disney Mamas

Lin - Disney Mamas“We’ve all heard the story of Walt watching his daughters rude the carousel at Griffin Park, and how It inspired him to create Disneyland, but there is so much more to the story. Vintage Disneyland is a combination of several of Walt’s dreams and collaborations. Some of them may just surprise you.” – Lin
Sleeping Beauty Castle 1955

Photo Credit: Imagineering Disney


Thank you for hopping aboard The Blogorail!

Our Pilots have shared some of their favorite vintage Disney attractions, shows, and memories with you.

Now tell us what you think! What is your part of Disney’s past is your favorite?

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By | 2017-09-28T07:58:17+00:00 February 25th, 2016|Magical Blogorail Orange|

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