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Ernest S. Marsh Click image to enlarge Engine No. 4
Ernest S. Marsh
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Namesake:
Ernest S. Marsh
(1903 - 1975)
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President of the Santa Fe Railway from 1957-1966. He was instrumental in aiding Walt Disney in getting this engine, which had been in the possession of a scrap dealer at the time.

Builder: Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Year Built: April 1925 Disneyland Service Date: July 25, 1959
Stack Design: Diamond Track Scale: Full Gauge: 36"
Wheel arrangement: 2-4-0 Weight: 23,700 lbs. Color: Red cab / Red Wheels
Original Owner: Raritan River Sand Company, New Jersey, U.S.A.

The Disneyland Railroad was originally known as the Santa Fe & Disneyland Railroad. The engine was named for Ernest S. Marsh who was president of Santa Fe Railroad at the time the engine was added to Disneyland.
Ward Kimball Click image to enlarge Engine No. 5
Ward Kimball
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Namesake:
Ward Kimball
(1914 - 2002)
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In a break with tradition, this locomotive was named after legendary Disney animator, Imagineer and railroad enthusiast Ward Kimball, who actively shared Walt Disney's love of trains and railroading.

Builder: Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Year Built: September 1902 Disneyland Service Date: June 25, 2005
Stack Design: Cap Stack Track Scale: Full Gauge: 36"
Wheel arrangement: 2-4-4T Weight: 20,000 lbs. Color: Red cab / Red Wheels
Original Owner: Retlaw Enterprises

The Ward Kimball is the first train engine to be added to the Disneyland Railroad in nearly 50 years.
 
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