Saturday, December 6, 2008

Disneyland Wall Map 1964 and a Bonus

Here's a super scan of a huge wall map from Disneyland 1964. This scan was donated by "Wishbook" check out their amazing vintage catalog site (link) they've got high resolution scans of entire vintage catalogs, amazing stuff.

This 1964 wall map has tons of detail, be sure to download it from the link directly below, the jpeg I upload on this post is low resolution, waiting for the 17mb version is well worth it. Be sure to examine every detail, I did!


1964 Disneyland Wall Map Hi-resolution scan - 17.5mb







Now some extra fun, you may recall I previously posted a link to Wishbook's 1976 Disneyland Wall map (link), that was also an amazing scan. Since it's always fun to compare, check out the link below. Wishbook created this .gif file where the 1964 map morphs into the 1976 version! Give it a chance to download to see the full effect.


1964 vs. 1976 Disneyland Wall Map Morph - 5.8mb


Thanks Wishbook for these amazing scans, I bet I'm not the only one to spend hours getting lost in these...

8 comments:

Biblioadonis aka George said...

Wow...

Major Pepperidge said...

I've always loved the maps! There is a restaurant just up the street with all kinds of crazy stuff stuck to the walls and ceiling, including a vintage Disneyland map (the one with the pink border... 1960 I think?). Criminal!

Anonymous said...

Nice. Here's a very high res 1962 map. Check it out. I love these things.

http://www.imagineeringdisney.com/extras/2009/9/7/1962-disneyland-souvenir-map-high-res.html

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Anonymous said...

Link to high res map on this page is dead :(