People tend to check in during these times:
Part of the Disneyland train stations.
The morse code you hear is Walt's Opening Day speech!
If you're riding from the Main street stop, be sure to look to the right of the train for the Mardi Gras decorations!
If you run across the tracks right as the train is departing and knock on the door a man will come from out of no where and kick you out of the park. Great fun!
The tapping is actually from a man trapped inside the train station across the tracks. He has been trying to get someone's attention for years, but everyone thinks it's morse code.
Great way to start off your tour if Disneyland. Keeps the kids busy while you and your other half look at the map and plan your day.
Keep your hands in the ride, or the dinosaurs might bite.
White look, over there; a settlers cabin is on fire!
Tired of walking? Catch a ride to the front gate via the train. Makes stops at all lands including Toon Town. All Aboard!
Train arrives every 5 to 10 minutes.
The beads they hang up are so pretty, it makes me miss New Orleans!!
If you see the Lilly Belle cabose on one of the trains, ask a cast member if you can ride inside. Sometimes they will allow if they have enough staff.
Great way to get to your ToonTown quest without doubling all the way back through Frontierland. Unless there's also a Thunder Mountain quest. Decisions, decisions...
Listen closely when driving on new years night just before the train arrives from main street, you will hear the party music from the club
The morse code message coming from the train station is actually the opening statement of Walt Disney's dedication speech: "To all who come to this happy place: Welcome"
The morse code you hear taping away at the station is actually Walt Disneys opening speach for Disneyland ("to all who come here, welcome....")
Ride the train all the way around the park at the end of the day. It's a great way to unwind after a long day of lines.
Be nice to the Conductors. They have lots of good Disney info.