Main Street U.S.A.
Fun For Little Ones
Wave goodbye to the red, white and blue of Main Street, U.S.A. as you steam to your next magical stop in Disneyland Park.
Embark on a relaxing 20-minute Grand Circle Tour onboard an authentic steam-powered train.
Listen to the clamour of the engine, the chug of the wheels and the call of the whistle as you travel aboard the Disneyland Railroad. Offering convenient stops at Frontierland®, Fantasyland® and Discoveryland, it's the perfect way to preview the magic of Disneyland Park and take in the picturesque scenery, such as the Grand Diorama, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril and Pirates of the Caribbean.
Disneyland Railroad is also a handy way to get around quickly and easily. And because the trains are scheduled to arrive regularly throughout the day, you'll have just enough time to take in all the sights at your station before you board.
There are 4 meticulously restored, working narrow-gauge trains you can ride. Each includes 5 passenger cars and has been named after an American legend.
Buffalo Bill's real name. The cars are named after Western cities: Silverton, Durango, Denver, Wichita and Cheyenne.
The man who built the Santa Fe railway—commonly seen as a vacation train. The cars are named after popular resorts: Coney Island, Atlantic City, Chesapeake, Long Island and Niagara Falls.
The first President of the United States. The train's colours are blue, white and red. The cars are named after places famously associated with Washington: Mt. Vernon, Boston, Philadelphia, Yorktown and Valley Forge.
The word Californian miners yelled when they discovered gold during the gold rush. The cars are named after Californian cities: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Monterey, San Diego and Sacramento.
A noted train enthusiast, Walt Disney built his very first railroad in his backyard. The Carolwood Pacific Railroad, a 1/8-scale train, debuted in 1950 and featured a custom-built, steam powered locomotive that encircled his property.
Delighted with his miniature backyard railroad, Walt decided to share his love of trains with the whole world. Today, railroads exist at every Disney Park around the globe.
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