Back to basic grey, this June 1961 "C" Ticket is almost identical to June 1960 as far as attractions. The only difference is the "Rocket to the Moon" no longer sports "TWA". Was Douglas signed on by June 1961? How come the tickets from 62' to 66' never said "Douglas Rocket to the Moon"?
Notice the The Main Street Shooting Gallery on the 1961 "C" ticket above. This will be its last appearance on any ticket, it will close in January 1962. I have attempted to find a photograph of this attraction and have come up empty handed. Nothing can be found on the Internet. I checked Micechat, folks have asked for photo's but no one has found any.
From some research I did, I see it was inside the Penny Arcade. Here is a Main Street map from the big 1957 Disneyland brochure:
Therefore I have to conclude it did exist, I wonder why there are no photo's? If anyone has a picture of the Main Street Shooting Gallery or even if you ever saw it in person, please contact me.
October 1962 finds this "C" ticket minus the Main St. Shooting Gallery of course. Tomorrowland Autopia is gone, but Fantasyland Autopia is still there? Dumbo is gone, not on any ticket? Keel Boats gone, off to the "B" ticket. Indian War Canoes are gone too, where did everything go in October 1962, first round of refurbs? Oh, and speaking of Shooting Gallery's, the New Adventureland Big Game Shooting Gallery is open for business!
It's June 1963 and the Tomorrowland Autopia, Dumbo and the Indian War Canoes are back (whew!)... The "Swiss Family Treehouse" is already down from the "D" Ticket, is the novelty already wearing off by 1963? (it never did for me, I miss it so bad!).
Notice the 15 book of tickets isn't JUMBO and more, it's now just Deluxe!
Next post, The "C" Ticket - Part 3 the late 1960's. In this post we will also take a close look at the Mr. Lincoln Exhibit ticketing.