|Walt Disney proudly displays for TV Peter Ellenshaw's 1954 concept map of Disneyland.
|How Disneyland grew, this map dates from the late 1940s--16 acres on the
banks of the Los Angeles River. The project got strangled in red tape.
|There were still a lot of orange groves and farmhouses as late as May, 1955 as Disney rushed his brainchild toward an opening date of July 17th.
|The Disneyland centerpiece, opening day--101 in the shade and no drinking water.
|Moving mountains (note the Matterhorn in the background),
not to mention thousands of orange trees.
|Disneyland Hong Kong suggests a Disney Tomorrowland filled with parks, hotels, monorails, space travel, as well as floating versions featuring all of the above.