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Here's a nice color photo of Walt on the hand cart with the #2 E.P. Ripley in the background. This photo is huge and would not fit in my scanner.

Here's a nice color photo of Walt on the hand cart with the E. Ripley in the background. This photo is huge and would not fit in my scanner.

Disneyland History Photo Gallery- Old Disneyland and Walt Disney Pictures

You Won't Believe What Disneyland Used to Look Like

Disney History | The Walt Disney Company  July 17, 1955 Disneyland, the first Disney park, opened in Anaheim, California, to an invited audience on this day. The first guests were Kristine Vess and her cousin Michael Schwartner, ages 5 and 7.

Opening day at Disneyland, the first Disney park, opened in Anaheim to an invited audience on this day.

April 16, 1955

See more photos from Disneyland's inaugural season:Walt Disney crosses the drawbridge that saves as the entrance to the castle in what will be the heart of Disneyland, in California on April Photo: David F.

Early Disneyland guests lounge at the TWA Moonliner Rocket Launch Pad. Since space flight was still years away when Disneyland opened in 1955, the Rocket to the Moon experience was a big thrill for the Park Guest.

Early Disneyland guests lounge at the TWA Moonliner Rocket Launch Pad. Since space flight was still years away when Disneyland opened in the Rocket to the Moon experience was a big thrill for the Park Guest. - Trans World Airlines

This looks like the Dumbo ride when I was a disappointed old. time visiting Disneyland It was closed due to maintenance (freshly painted) & I just cried my eyes out! That was 51 yrs ago, WOW!

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Published on Oct 2012 by DisneyParks This clip shows the construction of Spaceship Earth's external geosphere from start to finish.

People-Mover - Oh how I used to love this ride!

Who remembers this? The PeopleMover journey was Disneyland’s fourth way to see a large portion of the park while enjoying a ride. The Railroad, Skyway, and Monorail also offered views of multiple parts of Disneyland.