flashback friday

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A noted train enthusiast, Walt Disney built his very first railroad in his backyard. The Carolwood Pacific Railroad, a 1/8-scale train, debuted in 1950 and featured a custom-built, steam powered locomotive that encircled his property.

Delighted with his miniature backyard railroad, Walt decided to share his love of trains with the whole world. The result was the Santa Fe & Disneyland Railroad, a favorite of Guests since the park opened in 1955.

Today, railroads exist at every Disney park around the globe.

1. ’It’s All Too Much’ - The Beatles, 1969
“It’s all too much for me to take, the love that’s shining all around you.”
2. ’Something’ - The Beatles, 1969
“Somewhere in her smile she knows, that I don’t need no other lover.”
3. ’For You Blue’ - The Beatles, 1970
“Because you’re sweet and lovely girl, I love you.”
4. ’I Am Yours’ - Derek and the Dominos, 1970
“I am yours, however distant you may be.”
5. ’Bell Bottom Blues’ - Derek and the Dominos, 1970
“Do you want to see me crawl across the floor to you?”
6. ’Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad’ - Derek and the Dominos, 1970
“Got to find me a way to take me back to yesterday, how can I ever hope to forget you?”
7. ’Layla’ - Derek and the Dominos, 1970
“You’ve been running and hiding much too long. You know it’s just your foolish pride.”
8. ’Wonderful Tonight’ - Eric Clapton, 1977
And I say, ‘Yes, you look wonderful tonight.’”
9. ’She’s Waiting’ - Eric Clapton, 1985
“You’ve been abusing her for far too long.”
10. ’Just Like A Prisoner’ - Eric Clapton, 1985
“Just like a sailor, he steers away from home.”
11. ’Same Old Blues’ - Eric Clapton, 1985
“I miss you already, baby, more than words can say.” 

IDK if anything ever happened with Paul MCCartney, but this looks suspicious…

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The Disneyland Monorail was the first transportation system of its kind in America. It was based on a system built by the ALWEG company and discovered by Walt Disney while traveling in Germany. The monorail first appeared in Disneyland Park in 1959 with its “Googie” architecture, a space age look that was enormously popular during the 1950s.

The current version of the Disneyland Monorail combines the sleek styling of the 1959 classic with new technologies and subtle design changes, bringing a retro-futuristic look and contemporary feel to the timeless Disneyland icon.