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  • WDW Christmas ceramic Train

    As a gift last year someone gave us a Ceramic Trainset that was sold at Dillards that represented all of the parks at WDW. However they couldn't find the one for the Magic Kingdom, so we have the engine (which just says WDW), Epcot, DHS, and DAK. Most people just look at it and don't notice that we're missing the Magic Kingdom but it drives me crazy to not have the complete set.

    I've searched and searched online to no avail. Is anyone familiar with this set and if so, do you have a clue where I might be able to purchase the missing train?


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    Re: WDW Christmas ceramic Train

    I did a little searching online and it was only available for a very short time in 2008 in about 4 states. The original promotional website has been taken down, but it was originally marketed as "Disney Holiday Train," and doesn't seem to have a specific maker.

    A quick Ebay search of: Disney train 2008 -lionel brought up the Epcot car, two engines and a complete set for sale. Just keep an eye on Ebay and you should eventually find it. Good luck!
    "The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing" -Walt Disney

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      Re: WDW Christmas ceramic Train

      Thanks. I tried about every search phrase I could think of and kept coming up blank.

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