Dec 27, 2018

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Walt Disney, the owner of the Carolwood Pacific Railroad, was a rail enthusiast.[1][2] As a young boy, he wanted to become a train engineer like his father's cousin, Mike Martin, who drove main-line trains on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway.[3][4] Disney's father worked as part of a track installation crew for the Union Pacific Railroad.[3] As a teenager, Disney worked as a news butcher on the Missouri Pacific Railway, where he sold newspapers, candy, cigars, and other products on trains.[5] He sometimes climbed over the tender and into the locomotive's cab while the train was in motion.[5][6] After he bribed the engineer and fireman with chewing tobacco, they showed him how to operate the locomotive.[5][6]
Disney renewed his interest in trains after injuries forced him to stop playing polo.[7]Seeking a calmer recreational activity, he purchased several Lionel train sets in late 1947.[7] By 1948, his interest in model trains was evolving into an interest in larger, ridable miniature trains after observing the trains and backyard railroad layouts of several hobbyists.[8] These hobbyists included Disney animator Ollie Johnston, who had a ridable miniature railroad, as well as Disney animator Ward Kimball, who owned the full-size, 3 ft(914 mmnarrow-gauge Grizzly Flats Railroad.[8][9]
On June 1, 1949, Disney purchased 5 acres (2.0 ha) of vacant land in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles.[10] The property consisted of a bluff, which was 2 acres (0.8 ha) in size, and a level shelf of land behind it, which Disney named Yensid Valley.[11][12] The word Yensid is Disneyspelled backwards.[12] Disney purchased this land to build a new family home with an elaborate backyard railroad behind it.[10] Plans for the railroad's layout included 2,615 feet (797 m) of ​7 14-inch (184 mm) gauge track with eleven switches, as well as gradientsoverpasses, a trestle, and an elevated dirt berm.[13][14] The layout would completely surround the house.[14] Disney's wife, Lillian Disney, objected to the plan that part of the layout be built in an area where she intended to plant a flower garden.[14] As a compromise, Disney had an S-curve tunnel built underneath the spot where the garden was eventually planted.[15] Aided by a Walt Disney Studios attorney, Disney had a tongue-in-cheek legal contract written to establish his right to own and operate the railroad's right of 


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