Where the rivers still run free and anyone's dream can turn to gold, the engines of the Disneyland Railroad steam into Frontierland Depot to take on water for the wild and untamed route ahead.
If you're joining a railroad train here, be sure to check the departures board for the right engine. The gold rush of nearby Thunder Mesa may have slowed in recent times, but there's still plenty of express trains steaming through these parts! From the Golden State Coastliner to the Disneyland Hotel Express, the railroads have unlocked new destinations and trade routes across the vast expanses of land.
Frontierland Depot also serves as a watering and refueling location for the four, hard-worked Disneyland Railroad engines, having just steamed right through the Grand Canyon and about to enter the perilous jungles of Adventureland. The depot features a trademark water tower along with a siding track, the only one on the entire route.
Disneyland Railroad station stop. Take a grand circle tour of the magic kingdom!
12th April 1992
Every 10-15 minutes
30 minutes (full circle)
250 Guests per train
7,570 litres of water can be held in Frontierland Depot's water tower, refreshing the engines after every three loops