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Orange Bird Photo Hunt



SOUVENIR: Tomorrowland '67 Button Packs

We present our new SOUVENIRS Tab and our first souvenir! This Button Pack celebrates Disneyland's 1967 "New Tomorrowland". It's the Tomorrowland many of us remember from childhood.

This snazzy souvenir features some classic attractions such as WEDWay PeopleMover, Submarine Voyage (the giant squid), Monorail, Skyway, Rocket Jets, Matterhorn, and more.

• Great gift idea.

• The first in a series of buttons.

• Limited quantities available.

• Free shipping on all orders within the U.S. vis USPS.
For international shipping, please contact us at Imagineering.Disney@gmail before submitting your order. 

Paypal and major credit cards accepted. All payments made via Paypal. Orders will be processed by a secure third party. staff will not have access to any buyer's mailing address.


Product Info:

Each pinback button measures 1.5" in diameter. The card backing measures 4" x 6". All artwork created by's co-founder Mitch.

From the manufacturer: We offer the highest quality buttons around. We print all of our promotional product jobs on Xerox's new DocuColor technology at 2,400 x 2,400 dpi (the highest quality available). All of our parts are 100% USA made. You can be assured that we are sweatshop free. 

Act fast before they're gone! Click button below or visit the SOUVENIRS tab above.



Related posts:

Tomorrowland '67 [Part 1]
THEN AND NOW: MK Tomorrowland [Part 1]
Disneyland Kodacolor Prints- 1968
Tiny Submarine Voyage + PeopleMover Model



Discussion Forums

Introducing a new section of Discussion Forums. We love talking to fellow theme park fans. Our new Discussion Forums will be a great way to have ongoing conversations with anyone who wants to participate. We've set out to make it as simple and as easy as possible.

Unlike other forums:

We won't require registration or logins. There won't be profiles or profile images. No animated gifs bouncing around. No signatures. Sorry, no trip count-downs. Basically... No clutter. It's our hope that this will help point the focus to the actual discussion and not on the commenters. 

A few basic ground rules:

☻ Keep it positive– Negative topics may be deleted.
☻ Minimal whining please.
☻ Be decent to others.
☻ No impersonating someone else.
☻ Use your brain.
☻ Think before you post.
☻ Only meaningful, relevant topics.
☻ Don't start too many new topics at once.
☻ No topics to promote yourself.
☻ Think twice before starting a rumor.
☻ Remember this is for fun. 

Let's get started:

Click on the "FORUMS" tab above. You'll notice we've started many topics already. Yesterday we opened the Forums to our Twitter followers for 60 minutes of testing. A big thanks to all those who participated!


Related post:

THEN AND NOW Photo Collection
That's What Walt Said
Photo Hunt!



Magic Kingdom's Space Mountain Construction

Enjoy these rare construction photos of Magic Kingdom's Space Mountain, taken in 1974.

Although the concept of Space Mountain was originally envisioned for Disneyland, the first Space Mountain to open was at Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. After the Matterhorn Bobsleds opened at Disneyland in 1959 and were hugely popular, Disneyland management asked for a second thrill ride. Walt was on board but the plans for this second coaster were delayed for another decade. Disneyland didn't get their Space Mountain until 1977, more than two years after Magic Kingdom got theirs in 1975. 


Related posts:

THEN AND NOW: MK Tomorrowland [Part 1]
Signs of the Times: Tomorrowland
Tomorrowland '67 [Part 1]
Walt Disney World in 1971 [Part 1]
WDW Construction: Magic Kingdom
WDW Construction: Liberty Square

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