Disney Railroads

Iron Spike Room
DLRR Stations
WDWRR Stations
Walt's Barn

Disney Railroads

Walt Disney was a railroad enthusiast. As a teenager, he worked on a railroad selling newspapers and magazines. In the early 1950's, he built an eighth scale railroad, which he called the Carolwood Pacific Railroad, in his backyard.

The earliest plans for Disneyland included a railroad, and Walt made sure it was included in the final plans as well. Similarly, the Magic Kingdoms in Florida, Japan and France each have a railroad. In California, Florida and France, the railroad circles the park. In Japan, it is found in Adventureland and Westernland, their version of Frontierland.

For discussion about all the Disney Railroads, be sure to visit the Disney Railroads Discussion Board!

Pictures and information:

  • No. 1 C.K. Holliday: Pictures | Statistics
  • No. 2 E.P. Ripley: Pictures | Statistics
  • No. 3 Fred Gurley: Pictures | Statistics
  • No. 4 Ernest S. Marsh: Pictures | Statistics
  • No. 5 Ward Kimball: Pictures | Statistics
  • Lilly Belle Presidential Car

    The Walt Disney World Railroad

  • No. 1 Walter E. Disney: Pictures | Statistics
  • No. 2 Lilly Belle: Pictures | Statistics
  • No. 3 Roger E. Broggie: Pictures | Statistics
  • No. 4 Roy O. Disney: Pictures | Statistics

    Other points of interest:

  • The Iron Spike Room
  • Walt Disney World Railroad Stations
  • Disneyland Railroad Stations
  • Views from the Walt Disney World Railroad and Views from the rear of the train
  • Walt Disney's Carolwood Barn
  • Magic Kingdom Welcome Show
  • Magic Behind Our Steam Trains tour
  • No. 3 Roger E. Broggie Rededication
  • Ward Kimball and Lilly Belle Dedication Ceremony - NEW!
  • The Disney Railroads Discussion Board

  • Steve
    That's me in the cab of the C.K. Holliday at Disneyland.