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Disney's Hometown Museum in Marceline 4/1/2012



by Chris Guenzler



We arrived at the Disney's Hometown Museum in Marceline that is housed in the former Santa Fe Station.





The Santa Fe Station in Marceline now the Disney's Hometown Museum.





The sign out in front of the Disney's Hometown Museum in Marceline.





Kaye was our excellent tour guide.





Disney Character Postal Stamps.





The Santa Fe Official Clock.





BNSF 7814 West came through Marceline during our visit here.





The old ticket windows of the Santa Fe Marceline Railroad Station.





This statue of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse.





Disney comes to Marceline.





Woods and Fields.





His School Class Photo.





Walt's school desk with his intials carved on it.




A display case.





1946.





1956.





1960.





1966: Autopia





Autopia ride signs.





Midget Autopia.





Another excellent display board.





More pictures and displays.





Railway Express and luggage waiting for a train which will never come!





Mickey Mouse.





A small steam engine.





Walt and Roy Disney.





Model Trains.





The Walt Disney Hometown Museum sign.





A display board.





A nice chair.





Walt Disney's Parents.





The origins of Mickey Mouse.





The family record player.





Table and display board.





Flora and Elias Disney.





Another chair.





Trains and Walt.





Another display case.





Carolwood Pacific RR Caboose.





Marceline Train History Board.





Railroad Display Cases.





Other display cases.





Great Locomotive Chase Movie Poster.





More pictures in the display cases.





California Trains.





Another Great Locomotive Chase movie poster.





A section of the Carolwood Pacific Railroad track.





Another display case.





Some of the early Disney Movie pictures.





More Disney Movie stuff.





A foreign Great Locomotive Chase movie poster.





Fess Parker Display. I then took the elevator upstairs to see the second floor exhibits and I was impressed with what I now was seeing.















The models of the buildings in Disneyland.





The models were made by Dale Varner.



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