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    Having never been at Disneyland Park before, I was wondering about the actual location of the boarding platform for the Railroad Train that circles the park. Exactly where do you board the train on Main Street.

    I can only compare it to what I know. Do you have to go under the tracks and up the stairs the way that you do at the Magic Kingdom at WDW?

    The reason that I am asking this is : On my first trip to Disneyland Park, I want to ride the train around the park, before I actually take my first walk down Main Street. On the video that I saw of the opening day of the park in 1955, Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse and many other dignitaries of that time period rode the train around the park, before Walt Disney dedicated the park.

    I would like to board the train at Main Street and take the train all the way back to Main Street, so I would appreciate it if I could get a picture in my mind of the froint of Disneyland Park and exactly where things are. It is a shame that you cannot obtain maps of the park before traveling there.

    Thanks again, I know MiceChat won't let me down.
    BarbaraAnn


  • #2
    its easy to tell where to board it
    under the tunnel then turn
    and the line should be there
    believe me you WONT miss it
    "Is a man who chooses to be bad better than a man who has the good imposed on him?"
    - Anthony Burgess
    "I think what I want Disneyland to be most of all is a happy placeľa place where adults and children can experience together some of the wonders of life, of adventure, and feel better because of it."
    - Walt Disney on Disneyland

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    • #3
      Click here for the 2004 map of disneyland
      its #1 on the map
      "Is a man who chooses to be bad better than a man who has the good imposed on him?"
      - Anthony Burgess
      "I think what I want Disneyland to be most of all is a happy placeľa place where adults and children can experience together some of the wonders of life, of adventure, and feel better because of it."
      - Walt Disney on Disneyland

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      • #4
        Barbarann, tha'ts a great idea!
        Yes, you go through the tunnel (goes under the tracks) then turn around and it's right there!
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        • #5
          As usual, MiceChatters never fail me. Always clear, concise and speedy answers to my questions.

          Thank you. I now know, that if I go too far into the park, I won't be able to stick to my plan of, first riding the train around the park.

          My first visit will be on July 16th. Our plane lands about 8:45. Should be in the park late morning, circling the park on the Railroad train and taking that first walk down Main Street before noon. Can't wait!
          BarbaraAnn

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Barbaraann
            The reason that I am asking this is : On my first trip to Disneyland Park, I want to ride the train around the park, before I actually take my first walk down Main Street. On the video that I saw of the opening day of the park in 1955, Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse and many other dignitaries of that time period rode the train around the park, before Walt Disney dedicated the park.
            What a great idea for a first time visit!!! The train is my favorite ride in the park, and I think you are really going to enjoy the ride! Many times I like to hop on as soon as I get through the gates too!

            Last edited by DOOM BGI; 05-24-2005, 06:54 PM.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Barbaraann
              As usual, MiceChatters never fail me. Always clear, concise and speedy answers to my questions.

              Thank you. I now know, that if I go too far into the park, I won't be able to stick to my plan of, first riding the train around the park.

              My first visit will be on July 16th. Our plane lands about 8:45. Should be in the park late morning, circling the park on the Railroad train and taking that first walk down Main Street before noon. Can't wait!
              awwww shucks i do what i can :lol:
              hahah wow thats a good idea, very good
              i must do that
              and make it my idea :devil:
              "Is a man who chooses to be bad better than a man who has the good imposed on him?"
              - Anthony Burgess
              "I think what I want Disneyland to be most of all is a happy placeľa place where adults and children can experience together some of the wonders of life, of adventure, and feel better because of it."
              - Walt Disney on Disneyland

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Disneyfanatic
                thanks for the map i've never seen dl that good, when i go to disneyland.com there isn't a map (go figure) but i was wondering what 5 was on the map?
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                02 off property with inlaws
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by disney24/7
                  thanks for the map i've never seen dl that good, when i go to disneyland.com there isn't a map (go figure) but i was wondering what 5 was on the map?
                  hmmm maybe partners statue?
                  "Is a man who chooses to be bad better than a man who has the good imposed on him?"
                  - Anthony Burgess
                  "I think what I want Disneyland to be most of all is a happy placeľa place where adults and children can experience together some of the wonders of life, of adventure, and feel better because of it."
                  - Walt Disney on Disneyland

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Disneyfanatic
                    hmmm maybe partners statue?
                    if you look at the map it a big building?
                    wdw-87 fort wilderness with fam.
                    00 off property with future wife
                    00 carribean beach with fam. for x-mas
                    01 all star ask her to marry me also x-mas
                    02 off property with inlaws
                    03 polynesian with wife and fam. 3 days from wed.
                    06 port orleans french quarters with wife for one day

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by disney24/7
                      if you look at the map it a big building?
                      in which land?
                      tomorrow land?
                      because thats space mountain
                      "Is a man who chooses to be bad better than a man who has the good imposed on him?"
                      - Anthony Burgess
                      "I think what I want Disneyland to be most of all is a happy placeľa place where adults and children can experience together some of the wonders of life, of adventure, and feel better because of it."
                      - Walt Disney on Disneyland

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                      • #12
                        There is a 5 in each land:
                        Main St: Town Square
                        Frontierland: Tom Sawyer Island Rafts
                        Central Plaza: Partners Statue
                        Fantasyland: It's A Small World
                        Tomorrowland: Space Mountain
                        ToonTown: I dunno
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                        • #13
                          small world, thanks the building looks huge in comparison to wdw
                          wdw-87 fort wilderness with fam.
                          00 off property with future wife
                          00 carribean beach with fam. for x-mas
                          01 all star ask her to marry me also x-mas
                          02 off property with inlaws
                          03 polynesian with wife and fam. 3 days from wed.
                          06 port orleans french quarters with wife for one day

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                          • #14
                            I've never been to WDW, but from what I've seen, Disneyland's "It's A Small World" is a lot larger and elaborate on the outside. After it's recent repaint, it's resplendent in gold and white.
                            "Yesterday, a man walked up to me and said, 'Isn't it a shame that Walt Disney couldn't be here to see this?' and I said, "He did see this, that's why it's here."
                            -Art Linkletter July 17, 2005-


                            When you wish upon a star your dreams come true.

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                            • #15
                              Toontown: Goofy's Bounce House

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