Thse photos came from a set of cards that were recently sold. I secured the photographers permission to repost here. Above you can see the LaSalle Boat Ride.
Skull Rock or Skull Island was a great place to explore. I barely remember this removed attraction.
When Six Flags opened in the early 60's cowboys were all the rage and thus heavily featured.
The confederate section of Six Flags Over Texas was much bigger at one time. Here we see the Astrolift above. This attraction was removed after a similar ride at the State Fair Of Texas killed several people. Although the Six Flags Ride never had any problems. Those who know what to look for can still see parts of the ride that are left.
Singing at the Crazy Horse Saloon
The Confederate Drill Team. This attraction would be very un PC today. Note the rebel battle flag on the upper left.
The Butterfiled Stage Stagecoach ride. Can you imagine how long the que line would be?
Very good shot of the Canopied Gardens.
The long gone seal show.
The Fiesta Train. Many of the props from this ride are now along the narrow guage railroad. Anyone have a volcano photo?
Thanks to Gordon S. for the above volcano photo from the Fiesta Train
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