October 8, 1971 was Transportation Nite at Disneyland. Sponsored by the Transportation and Traffic Clubs of Southern California. That's a cool clip art of a 747 that was just one year old at the time. Is it just me or its that an exceptionally nice printing of "Disneyland"...
Free Parking is a nice touch. The L.A. Transportation Club is keeping "any excess monies" Where I come from we call excess money "profit"
Here's the cover to the Fall/Winter 1971-72 Disneyland Guide book, one of my favorites for sure.
I posted the full guide book back in 2008, but this is a cleaner copy so here it is again. You can download the whole guide here.
**** Disneyland Guidebook Fall/Winter 1972-72 - 20mb ****
If you don't want the entire guide, come take a trip thru the lands of Disneyland in the Fall of 1971.
I'll bet that I used to have one of those INA guides back in '72, and I probably read every page over and over.
I was about 12 when this version of the Guidebook came out, and was always frustrated that the building outlines looked NOTHING like the actual attraction.
This was one of my favorite editions too. Not sure if it stands out because we went to the park a lot that year, or if they reused the pictures on later booklets, but I remember the blonde girl very clearly.
Thanks for this post. Like the Major and KG, I spent a lot of time poring over this, memorizing every detail.
JG (no profile)
Same here. I keep the guidebooks for years and often pulled them out before a Disneyland trip just to prepare myself for the big day. I also loved View Master reels of Disneyland, especially pictures inside dark rides.
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