Beautiful Vintage Disneyland Postcards

By Keith Mahne

Recently, I purchased this beautiful Disneyland postcard booklet and had to share it with all of you! Although it doesn’t have a copyright date on it, I believe it was sold in the early 1960’s judging from the monorail photo. It also features retired attractions such as the Skyway and the Mine Train through Nature’s Wonderland which opened in 1956 and ran to 1977 when it was replaced by Thunder Mountain railroad in 1979. I really enjoy how they added a message from Walt Disney on the inside cover as well. These postcards are a wonderful look back at early Disneyland and I think you’re going to love them. Have a look for yourself after the page break…

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Keith Michael Mahne is the owner and editor of Disney Avenue and the host of the Disney Avenue Podcast. He has made countless trips to the Walt Disney World resort since his first trip in 1989 at the age of four. 

Keith has a strong passion and respect for Walt Disney, the parks and resorts, and the men and women who help create them. He started Disney Avenue as a way to inform and entertain readers and to repay all those who make dreams come true every day.

You can find all of Keith’s articles here.








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