What could be safer than a visit to Tiny Town? It's nothing but adorable little buildings and a cute choo-choo, right? But that choo-choo went off its tracks today, and fifteen people had to be hospitalized with ailments that included broken bones. The crash wasn't tiny at all.
Look below to see a 9News report about the accident, as well as photos from Tiny Town's website of the larger-than-you-remember-them trains and more.
The Occasional Rose, or old no. 22, is a steam engine propelled by enough propane to pull passenger cars along Tiny Town's nearly one mile of track.
The steam engine at the crossing point.
Engine no. 10 is coal-powered.
This little beauty has been around since the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.
The steam engine in the station.
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The Tiny Town Tribune. I wonder what'll be on the front page of the Tribune tomorrow?