These images are taken from a
special Wonderful World of Disney program back before I can
remember. It showcased the Pirates of the Caribbean and Tomorrowland
the gift shop upon exiting the ride. This is where the "Miracles
from Molecules" song would play.
images taken from a 1967 MONSANTO MAGAZINE
article on the new ride they were developing for Disneyland. Read
the entire magazine in the articles section
with bigger and better scans of the below images! (Thanks to Joe
Campana who sent in the nice large scans)
Someone sent me this photo but I don't know what it is from. If
anyone knows please let me know.
This attraction was housed befor ATIS
Nadelberg personally shot these 2 images. I like the a reflective
shot off the rear mirror of the loading area. Check out his photo
gallery of the Disneyland back in its glory days. Jon also has
(scanned in) on his site that was handed out (back in 1960) when you
left the attraction.
Poster that used to hang in Penny Arcade section of the park.
This pin was sold at the park
around 1998 when Disneyland began selling attraction pins.
This pin was only given to castmembers. They in
turn, would sometimes sell their sets, by selling the pins individually
at Disney Conventions or online. The pin also came with a card which
gave a little trivia about the ride
took this picture at Disneyland California. It was an actual atommobile
that was in the tube in the Mighty Microscope. It noted on the display
that it was actually a hidden Mickey because if you look closely
at the figures it seems to be a sculpture of Walt Disney himself
and his Daughter.
fellow fan was building these Atommobile model remakes on E-bay but
I haven't seen them auctioned in a while. If anyone knows how I can
get ahold of the creator let me know. I might be able to sell them
here from this site.
fellow fan took this shot inside the old exit area of ATIS that was
at the time a storage area for the gift shop and Star Tours was already
in operation. Notice the strange oval windows in the background that
once housed the display items for Monsanto. The area has since been
redesigned for a line extension for Star Tours and has the usual Star
Wars elements on the walls inside. Also check out the inside shot
with the towering crystals.
Front entrance to ATIS
Another Lobby Pic
This was taken before the attraction
opened in 1967. Notice the missing display boxes that you could
view while in line.
images and some exit pics. Even more images on the way... Check
back for updates.