While we still don’t know when the Walt Disney World Railroad at the Magic Kingdom will reopen, we spotted another positive sign of its return today.
What appeared to be the Roy O. Disney engine was spotted just beyond the Storybook Circus Station is Fantasyland. The engine rolled forward, stopped for a bit, and the eventually went backward and, we assume, returned to the roundhouse backstage.
The Walt Disney World Railroad has been closed for over three years due to construction of TRON Lightcycle / Run in Tomorrowland.
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1 thought on “PHOTOS: Walt Disney World Railroad Spotted Testing at Magic Kingdom Ahead of Long-Awaited Return”
No, the WDWRR has been closed for more than 30 months too long due to piss poor planning. It is utterly inexcusable for it to have been shut down this long. My brother and I could’ve replaced all the track in six months.
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