Visitors to both amusement parks can ride old-fashioned steam trains.
The Dollywood Express steam trains are unique relics of World War II, having transported troops and lumber across Alaska during World War II.
Two trains, named Cinderella and Klondike Katie, function as The Dollywood Express today. Cinderella (not to be confused with the Disney character) was built in 1938, followed by Klondike Katie in 1943. They were retired to Tennessee in 1960.
At Disney’s Magic Kingdom, its four vintage steam trains were built built between 1916 and 1928. The Disneyland Railroad has offered rides around the park since it first opened in 1955.