Front View Disneyland Railroad Toontown, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland



The Disneyland Railroad, unlike other similar attractions at other Disney Parks, is really designed to only feature one side of the train. Seats on most trains will point in one direction to divert your gaze away from backstage sections of the park as well as areas Disney does not own.

But there is one exception to this, the front seat. The Front seas give you a great view of both sides of the track, as well as the conductors of the Disneyland Railroad.

Personally, I think the best part of the railroad to view like this is between Toontown and Tomorrowland. This gives you a view of the backstage, including the building that houses the railroad trains and the monorail.

Also, if you are in the station at the right time it can be an interesting and different way to watch the It's a Small World Clock Parade.

This segment of the ride gives you a great view of three of the lands of Disneyland and views into rides like It's a Small World and Autopia. It's a great way to see a lot of the park in a short amount of time.

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