Please share your old WDW photos......
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I am writing a PTR for our next trip to WDW (link below) and I posted pictures from our 1st trip in 1987. A few PP members commented about possibly sharing their older pictures too. I thought it might be a fun thread to see how far back we can go. I especially would love to see Main Street/Castle pictures, but would enjoy looking at any you have to share.
My mom and I were looking at some old pictures of Main Street in the early 80's. We always went in the summer. Here is the funny thing. There aren't other people in the pictures. Where was everybody? What a difference.
Great picture!!!!! Thanks for sharing! Do you know what the thing behind you is? The one in my picture from '87 looks like the #200??? And your #15??? Anyone know??
I think it was for WDW's 15th anniversary. I say this because we went again in 1997 and it was their 25th (I have that pic too...see below). We were part of the stage show where you crossed the stage and held up a sign of the year you first attended. My mom picked the year that was my first.