It is neat how Disney uses tunnels to remove us from the outside. Once you enter the park and go through the tunnels under Main St Station, you forget there's a freeway and major streets surrounding the property. You don't think about what's going on outside. You don't even hear sirens or anything. One simile that's been said about the entrance tunnels is they are like your experience at the movie theatre. The attraction posters are a preview of things to come yet at the same time, it's like the lights dimmed and the movie is beginning, usually with the familiar. Most movies begin with something familiar the audience can relate with like a setting or an opening song. Disneyland's case is a midwestern turn of the century town. It's Walt's hometown. We all have a hometown. THen we reach the hub where we can decide what we see next.