Disneyland Railroad Returns

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  • DISNEYLAND RAILROAD RETURNS — Streamers and fireworks flew overhead as the Disneyland Railroad made its highly anticipated return trip around Disneyland park with Mickey and all his pals on Friday, June 28. The iconic railroad, reopening July 29, now features a path along the north end of the river where it crosses a new trestle and hugs the riverbank which now features five majestic waterfalls. (Richard Harbaugh/Disneyland Resort)
  • DISNEYLAND RAILROAD RETURNS (ANAHEIM, Calif.) – The Primeval World diorama, one of two diorama scenes on the Disneyland Railroad, features painted sets, dinosaurs and creatures, blended with new effects and lighting. The Disneyland Railroad, a Disneyland park icon, reopened July 29, 2017. (Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort)
  • DISNEYLAND RAILROAD RETURNS (ANAHEIM, Calif.) – The Disneyland Railroad, an original Disneyland attraction and park icon, now travels a scenic route with breathtaking views along the north bank of the Rivers of America. Landscapes inspired by four of America’s majestic rivers – the Mississippi, the Columbia, the Missouri and the Rio Grande – are carefully recreated, complete with indigenous rock formations, natural forests and wildlife, and the waterfalls. (Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort)
  • DISNEYLAND RAILROAD (1966) — One of Disneyland’s original attractions from opening day and arguably Walt Disney’s personal favorite, the trains of the Disneyland Railroad have Òcovered enough trackÓ in 50 years to circle the earth more than 200 times. The trains provide guests an overall view of the park as well as the Grand Canyon and Primeval World dioramas.
  • DISNEYLAND RAILROAD AT MAIN STREET STATION — With its turn-of-the-century architecture and lush gardens, the Main Street station offers the first point of entry for those who wish to soak up the scenery on a grand circuit tour of Disneyland park aboard one of the trains of the Disneyland Railroad which run on bio-diesel fuel created from recycled cooking oil used throughout the Resort. (Scott Brinegar/Disneyland)
  • DISNEYLAND RAILROAD RETURNS — John Lasseter, Principal Creative Advisor for Walt Disney Imagineering, brought his train, the Marie E, for a special trip around Disneyland park in celebration of the railroad’s return to daily operation. The Marie E was previously owned by Lasseter’s mentor and famous Disney animator, Ollie Johnston. The iconic Disneyland Railroad, reopening July 29, now features a path along the north end of the river where it crosses a new trestle and hugs the riverbank which now features five majestic waterfalls.(Richard Harbaugh/Disneyland Resort)
  • DISNEYLAND RAILROAD RETURNS — Streamers and fireworks flew overhead as the Disneyland Railroad made its highly anticipated return trip around Disneyland park with Mickey and all his pals on Friday, June 28. The iconic railroad, reopening July 29, now features a path along the north end of the river where it crosses a new trestle and hugs the riverbank which now features five majestic waterfalls. (Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort)
  • DISNEYLAND RAILROAD RETURNS — Streamers and fireworks flew overhead as the Disneyland Railroad made its highly anticipated return trip around Disneyland park with Mickey and all his pals on Friday, June 28. The iconic railroad, reopening July 29, now features a path along the north end of the river where it crosses a new trestle and hugs the riverbank which now features five majestic waterfalls. (Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort)
  • DISNEYLAND RAILORAD RETURNS — John Lasseter, Principal Creative Advisor for Walt Disney Imagineering, brought his train, the Marie E, for a special trip around Disneyland park in celebration of the railroa’s return to daily operation. The Marie E was previously owned by Lasseter’s mentor and famous Disney animator, Ollie Johnston. The iconic Disneyland Railroad, reopening July 29, now features a path along the north end of the river where it crosses a new trestle and hugs the riverbank which now features five majestic waterfalls.(Joshua Sudock/Disneyland Resort)
  • DISNEYLAND RAILROAD RETURNS (ANAHEIM, Calif.) –- A Disneyland Resort cast member polishes the C.K. Holliday, an engine on the Disneyland Railroad. A team of engineers and cast members work year-round to keep the trains running smoothly. In July 2017, the engineers were preparing the Disneyland Railroad for its new adventures through Frontierland, where guests will discover a breathtaking new view of stunning rockwork and waterfalls along both sides of the train. (Rob Sparacio/Disneyland Resort)
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