Monorail Peach makes the loop through Epcot and heads towards the station, passing over vibrant flowers and floating gardens that decorate the park during the Flower & Garden Festival.
Monorail Yellow glides into its station stop at the Ticket & Transportation Center on the Magic Kingdom's express monorail loop. Once the stop is completed, the monorail will proceed directly to t... (more)
The Walt Disney World Monorail is making the loop through Epcot on the approach to the park's station. Monorail Peach is passing by the upside down waterfall outside the Imagination Institute in t... (more)
The Walt Disney World Monorail Coral passes in front of the iconic EPCOT ball as it heads to the station.
Disney's Monorail service began in 1971 and originally used the Mk IV monorail built by Martin Marietta. In 1989 the park switched to using the Mk VI monorail which was built by Bombardier Transp... (more)
Under turbulent skies, Disney's Monorail Silver departs the station at the main parking lot for the Magic Kingdom and heads towards the Epcot park.
Disney operates 12 different monorail trains which move people between parking lots and two parks (Magic Kingdom and EPCOT). They are all named by the colors on the train, with this one being Mono... (more)
It is early in the morning at Disney as Monorail Peach arrives at the Magic Kingdom station. Soon the walkway will be jammed with kids and adults looking to have a great time in the park.
Pulling away from Tomorrowland Station, Baldwin Locomotive Works No 4, Roy O Disney ascends the 2% grade for Main Street USA.
A tour of the Walt Disney facility finds this Baldwin Locomotive Works No 4, named after Roy O Disney sits outside the shops ready for service hauling passengers.
One of many monorails transporting people to and from various places within the park.
Moving Disney. As we waited to travel to Epcot, the Coral Monorail appeared with the American Flag flying in the breeze behind it.
4-4-0 steam locomotive "Roy O Disney" is taking on water at the Tomorrow Land station.
Disney World monorail approaches the Grand Floridian Hotel, as viewed from the Villas.
I wasn't planning to photograph trains at Disney, but couldn't pass up this iconic shot of the giant golf ball with the spring flowers and lake.