Harbor Blvd across from the entrance to Disneyland in 1966: At least Denny’s is still there. (UCLA digital library collection)
The Main Street Cinema in the 1960’s:
“What, this glamorous outfit that I wore to Disneyland so that I could show it off? Why, I’ve had it for years!”
I don’t know what this building behind her in Frontierland was in the 1960’s, but it’s a small restaurant today. Nothing much was open when I took some of these pictures because if you stay at one of the Disneyland Resort Hotels they let you into the park an hour before they open. (Galadarling)
Main Street USA in a slide I took in 1983: Well, at least you can still see Sleeping Beauty Castle through the forest.
The Wizard of Bras ladies underwear shop on Main Street: I guess some things had to go. Hmmm, someone is peeking in the window. (DisneyShawn)
Some of my family in front of the Main Street Train Station in 1985:
“Uncle” Walt deep in thought on Main Street near the City Hall:
Disneyland remembered the real meaning of Memorial Day with a ceremony honoring fallen vets during the flag lowering at the end of the day at Main Street Plaza.
California Adventure – 1983 and now: The top photo is the Disneyland Parking Lot where California Adventure is today from a slide picture I took in 1983. That was in “Section G as in Goofy”.