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Disney Trains on the Central Coast!

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  • Disney Trains on the Central Coast!

    For those of you in Central California yearning for some Disney action, the original Santa Fe & Disneyland train coaches were operated yesterday on the Pacific Coast Railroad in Santa Margarita.

    The four coaches once comprised the first passenger train at DL. The Lilly Belle is the only car of the train still in Disney's possession.

    As an added bonus, Disney's John Lasseter showed up with his little steam train, powered by an engine known as the "Marie E." The engine once belonged to Ollie Johnston, one of Walt's "Nine Old Men." Lasseter also brough his caboose, and a "speeder," which is used to inspect track, and which once belonged to Disneyland, before they upgraded and gave it to Ollie.

    Scroll down the thread till you get to the photos and clips.

    http://www.burnsland.com/disneyrailr...=1993&start=40

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    Re: Disney Trains on the Central Coast!

    Steve,

    You live in Wake Forest???

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      Re: Disney Trains on the Central Coast!

      Originally posted by disneylandtour View Post
      Steve,

      You live in Wake Forest???
      That's what my mail says!

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