Vintage. Disney. Love.
Here you will find a collection of photographs, videos, and other random things related to Vintage Disney Parks! We try to have everything sourced, so please leave it that way! We claim nothing.
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Walt Disney World- Epcot-UK Phone Booths
- Right Booth 407-827-9861
- Left Booth 407-827-9862
- Center Booth 407-827-9863
Walt Disney World- Epcot- Canada Phone Booth
Disneyland Resort- DCA- Hollywood Backlot Phone Booth
note- this booth is locked right now, and the number is suspended
Do you have any others that you know of to add? (like the Club 33 phone booth number? please! =])
Spaceship Earth - WDW 15th Birthday Cake
1986 was the 15th anniversary of the opening of the DisneyWorld resort, which was marked by a “birthday present” being given to random guests entering the park every 15 seconds.
This was taken with my old Kodak Disc camera.
1987 WDW Coming Attractions
For Crystal: Me at Epcot with my Figment. I’d guess around 1987?
Still have my Figment packed away and hope someday my kids will love Epcot as much as I do!
awww look at little liz!
Courtesy of Gorillas Don’t Blog:
“The man who took this series of slides was obviously impressed with the old-world craftsmanship on display at Merlin’s Magic Shop. He must have taken at least 6 photos of it. Gadzooks! Before 1983, it was one of the few places in Fantasyland that did not rely on flat, brightly colored and patterned facades meant to resemble tents at a medieval faire.
I’m sure that Walt would have built everything with this attention to detail back in 1955 - - if he’d had enough moolah. It’s pretty spectacular nowadays, even though we lost the pirate ship.
Here’s a side view showing more details….carved wood, half-timbered framing, leaded glass bullseyes in the windows, etc. In the window to the left, you can see some sort of display showing stacks of playing cards. What would a magic shop be without playing cards?? My main memories of the Magic Shop involve the displays of rubber monster masks, which my older brother and I had to look at every time. There was no way my parents would spend good money on one of those!”