Disneyland Railroad (Disneyland)

(Loading area announcements.)

ANNOUNCER
Your attention please! The Disneyland Limited, now arriving from a trip around Walt Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Passengers will stand by to board.

Your attention please! The Disneyland Limited, now leaving for a grand circle tour of the Magic Kingdom, with stops at New Orleans Square, Mickey’s Toontown, and Tomorrowland. All passengers, board!

(Train stops at Main Street Station.)

NARRATOR
Hello, folks! Welcome aboard the Disneyland Railroad! We’re now embarking on a grand circle tour of the Magic Kingdom, with stops at New Orleans Square, Mickey’s Toontown, and Tomorrowland—followed by a visit to the Grand Canyon and Primeval World. We got a lot of travelin’ ahead of us, so remember: for a safe trip, you need to stay seated, keeping your hands, arms, feet, and legs inside the train. And please, watch your children.

(Spanish safety spiel.)

(Elephant sound.)

Uh oh. Did you folks hear that? Sounds to me like we’ve reached the wilds of Adventureland, where you just might run into a lot of savage critters out there, includin’ lions, and tigers, and tiki birds! Everybody best be on the lookout—ya never know just what may show up.

We’re approaching our first stop: New Orleans Square Station. This station serves Frontierland, New Orleans Square, and Critter Country. If you’ll be leavin’ us here, please remain seated ’til the train comes to a complete stop. Then watch your step while gettin’ off. Have a good time in the frontier, ya hear?! For those of your continuin’ on with us, we’ll be resumin’ our trip in just a moment. This is New Orleans Square!

(Train stops at New Orleans Square Station.)

To those who’ve just joined us, welcome aboard the Disneyland Railroad! To ensure a safe ride, remember to stay seated with your hands, arms, feet, and legs inside the train. And please, watch your kids!

(Spanish safety spiel.)

We’re now enterin’ Splash Mountain—where every day is a “zip-a-dee-doo-dah day!” If you look real hard, you might just find your Laughin’ Place.

SPLASH MOUNTAIN CHORUS (Singing)
Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay,
My, oh my, what a wonderful day!
Welcoming back Br’er Rabbit today—
We always knew that he’d get away!

He’s had enough of movin’ on now.
It’s where he’s born and bred in.
The briar patch is where he’s headin’.

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay,
Wonderful feeling, wonderful day!

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay!
My, oh my, what a wonderful day!
Plenty of sunshine heading our way.
We never doubted he’d get away!

Moving on taught him a lesson.
You’ve learned it well, Br’er Rabbit.
Gettin’ caught’s a nasty habit.

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay,
Wonderful feeling, feeling this way!

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay!
It’s a time for celebratin’ today!
Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, zip-a-dee-ay!
Gathered together this wonderful day!

NARRATOR
We’re now passing over Critter Country, where Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Br’er Rabbit, and Br’er Bear make their homes and embark on fun-filled adventures. Although this land was made for critters, human-type folks are always invited to stop in and visit a spell.

We’re traveling along the Rivers of America and into the American frontier as it looked more than a century ago. This area’s so rich with natural beauty and wildlife, you can see why the early settlers were inspired to move west! And you’re seein’ this view just like many of them did—from the comfort of a genuine steam-powered train. When these iron horses first started criss-crossin’ the country in the 1800s, the time it took folks to reach the West dropped from months to a matter of days! Why, steam power not only fueled trains, but the dreams of a whole new generation, as they settled this great frontier.

Say, have you ever wondered what it would be like to visit the cartoon town where Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy live? Well, in just a few moments you can find out for yourself, because our next stop is Toontown Depot—official train station for Mickey’s Toontown! This is also the nearest stop to Fantasyland—where you’ll find many of your favorite Disney animated characters and stories. If you’ll be leavin’ us here, please wait until the train comes to a full stop. Remember your personal belongings, then step carefully from the train. Y’all have fun, and say hi to Mickey for me! For those of you continuing on with us, we’ll be resuming our trip in just a moment. This is Toontown Depot!

(Train stops at Toontown Depot.)

Hello, everyone! Thanks for joining us on the Disneyland Railroad. For a safe ride, remember to stay seated, with your hands, arms, feet, and legs inside the train. And please, watch your kids.

(Spanish safety spiel.)

As we steam on through Fantasyland, you may wanna take one more look at the majestic Matterhorn Mountain, and the happiest cruise that ever sailed, “it’s a small world.”

Folks, ahead of us lies the future! Well, I guess we all know that… What I mean to say is, we’re headin’ into Tomorrowland—where everything is possible. If you look overhead, you might catch a glimpse of a monorail! When Disneyland introduced the Monorail back in 1959, it was the first daily-operating monorail system in the entire Western Hemisphere. Winding below us is the Autopia—where drivers of all ages can get behind the wheel of a car, and no license is required. If you’ve ever wanted to become an astronaut, then you might want to stop at Space Mountain and Star Tours, where they got some new-fangled flyin’ spaceships that’ll launch you into the deepest reaches of space. And you can ride ’em if you got the mind—huh, and the nerve.

Well folks, we’re now arrivin’ at Tomorrowland Station. If you’ll be leavin’ us here, just stay seated ’til we come to a full stop. Gather your belongings and step carefully from the train. Thanks! Have fun in the future. For the rest of ya, just sit tight. We’ll be on our way again in just a minute!

(Train stops at Tomorrowland Station.)

To those joining us, welcome aboard! The next leg of our journey will take us along the rim of the Grand Canyon. It’s a mighty long drop to the canyon floor, so for your safety, stay seated with your hands, arms, feet, and legs inside the train. Be sure to watch your kids, and no flash pictures, please.

(Spanish safety spiel.)

(Train enters tunnel and goes past the Grand Canyon dioramas.)

That was the Grand Canyon as we know it today. But it wasn’t always that way. Quiet now, as we travel back in time. Back to the fantastic Primeval World—land of the dinosaurs.

(Train passes Primeval World dioramas.)

We’re now steamin’ back to our own time, and to Main Street Station—gateway to Disneyland. If you’ll be leavin’ us here, stay in your seat ’til we come to a full stop. And remember to gather all your personal belongings (includin’ the younguns if you got any), and step carefully from the train. I’d specially like to thank those of you who been with me for the grand circle tour of Disneyland. We sure hope you’ve enjoyed your travels with us and that you’ll come back and see us again real soon! For those of your travelin’ on, we’ll be on our way again in just a few minutes.

(Train stops at Main Street Station.)

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