For fans of the Walt Disney, the railroads at Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom are the most significant attractions. Walt Disney, long before his thoughts of theme parks was a train enthusiast, with a scale railroad in his back yard. Though Walt Disney died before much work had been done on the Walt Disney World railroad, he personally signed off on the project and worked with Imagineer Roger Broggie on a plan to find and convert existing steam engines. Broggie went on to oversee the entire project and engine number three bears his name. The Walt Disney World Railroad serves both as an attraction (take a round trip tour of the Magic Kingdom) and as a form of transportation, with its three stations making for shortcuts around the park.
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