The Other Side of the Tracks
The Disneyland Railroad is still closed to make way for "Star Wars" Land infrastructure, but fortunately, park operations has left two engines on display at the Main Street and New Orleans Square stations, so that guests may enjoy the locomotives. At New Orleans Square, in addition to being able to inspect a train up close, access has been granted to the other side of the track, to the old Frontierland station that existed before New Orleans Square popped up. This hasn't been open to the public since the 1960s, and it's pretty exciting for Disney nerds who relish those little things. So here's a shot from the other side of the tracks--a view that until recently was not possible for the regular guest!
|A different angle of the Fred Gurley sitting at New Orleans Square, currently closed due to refurbishment and track adjustment of the Disneyland Railroad.|