Character: Mickey Mouse and the C.K. Holliday
Title: I Have Always Loved Trains
Size:  7-1/2" high x 13" long x 4" wide
Item Number: 11K-46162-0 (Old)/1217782 (Current)
Sculptor: Chris Peterson
  • Bell: Metal.

  • Flags, Tracks, Wheels and Bell Holder: Pewter.

  • Side Rails, Flag Poles and Boiler Ornamentation: Bronze.

  • Special Backstamp: The sculpture features a backstamp commemorating Walt Disney's 100th birthday, along with the first-use of a "Walt Disney Parks and Resorts" logo backstamp.

Production Changes: None.
  • With the opening of Disneyland in 1955, only two stations existed, Main Street Station and Frontierland Station. Engine No. 1, styled after the wood-burning locomotives of the 1880's would only call at Frontierland, providing a complete non-stop circle around the Magic Kingdom.

  • The C.K. Holliday was modeled after Walt Disney's own miniature backyard steam engine the Lilly Belle. The C.K. Holliday, the very first train engine created for a Disney Theme Park, cleared the tracks for future railroads at The Magic Kingdom and Disney's Animal Kingdom at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, Tokyo Disneyland in Japan and Disneyland Paris in France.

  • Named after Cyrus Kurtz Holliday (1826 - 1900), he was the Founder of the Atchison & Topeka Railroad in 1859.

  • This piece will be an exclusive to Disneyland and Walt Disney World with an edition size of 1,000 pieces. The 1st 250 pieces were available for pre-sale during the Disneyana Convention (2001) and were signed by sculptor, Chris Peterson.