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  • WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

    It's the area between the turnstyles and the Disneyland Railroad overpasses that lead to Main St USA. There is a giftshop on one end.
    When I go to Disneyland, I tune my FRS Radio to channel 2, without a quiet code. They're faster than a cell phone and you can talk to a whole group at a time, and you don't have to get everyone's cell phone number in advance.

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    Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

    It's the Main Entrance. It is what I know it as.

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      Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

      OK thanks. I thought the main entrance was just the turnstyles.

      Kind of redundant to call it the main entrance isn't it? There are no other entrances so it's the only entrance.
      When I go to Disneyland, I tune my FRS Radio to channel 2, without a quiet code. They're faster than a cell phone and you can talk to a whole group at a time, and you don't have to get everyone's cell phone number in advance.

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        Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

        Originally posted by MikeChat View Post
        It's the area between the turnstyles and the Disneyland Railroad overpasses that lead to Main St USA. There is a giftshop on one end.
        By the guide map is part of Main street. I call it main gate.
        I think you talk about the Newspaper stand giftshop on the left side or right side?
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          Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

          Kind of redundant to call it the main entrance isn't it? It's the only entrance.

          Yes I think it is a newspaper stand. Never got a good look at it. I know there's the mickey mouse flowers there. On my park map it isn't labeled.
          When I go to Disneyland, I tune my FRS Radio to channel 2, without a quiet code. They're faster than a cell phone and you can talk to a whole group at a time, and you don't have to get everyone's cell phone number in advance.

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            Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

            I believe it's technically the "lobby". Remember, you're going into a show when you walk onto Main Street. Allegedly Walt wanted to have real red carpet out there, but settled for bricks when he realized he'd be replacing it all the time.
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              Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

              I've always called it the Lobby.
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                Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

                Originally posted by MikeChat View Post
                OK thanks. I thought the main entrance was just the turnstyles.

                Kind of redundant to call it the main entrance isn't it? There are no other entrances so it's the only entrance.
                there is also an entrance in tomorrwland via the monorail..

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                  Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

                  inner lobby
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                    Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

                    Originally posted by mousechild View Post
                    inner lobby
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                    • #11
                      Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

                      The middle part

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                      • #12
                        Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

                        Limbo.





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                        • #13
                          Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

                          The Piazza. It's North of the Esplanade.

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                          • #14
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                            With all due respect to Pragmatic Idealist, we should call it the North Piazza.

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                              Re: WHat's that area called between turnstyles and overpasses

                              Originally posted by SusieP. View Post
                              I believe it's technically the "lobby". Remember, you're going into a show when you walk onto Main Street. Allegedly Walt wanted to have real red carpet out there, but settled for bricks when he realized he'd be replacing it all the time.
                              Originally posted by bearride View Post
                              I've always called it the Lobby.
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                              Originally posted by aashee View Post
                              The Piazza. It's North of the Esplanade.
                              Originally posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
                              With all due respect to Pragmatic Idealist, we should call it the North Piazza.
                              I'm sure PI would point out that that area is not a Piazza. The area on the other side of the turnstiles fits the definition however.
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