As you may or may not know, when you get your picture taken by one of the park photographers at Walt Disney World or Disneyland, you now have the option of it being posted online for ordering after you get home. The system is called Disney's PhotoPass
and they give you a credit card-sized ID badge that you can show any park photographer so that all of your pictures get into your account.
The reason that I bring this up here is that when I logged into the system at home, I noticed that in addition to my personal pictures, there was a tab labeled "Disney's Photo Gallery" that includes 133 professional-quality pictures of various Disney attractions, characters, shows, etc. There are pictures available for each of the four theme parks in Florida, Disneyland and DCA, Disney Resorts and More, and Holidays. Among them are some pictures of Disney Railroads.
Each of these pictures are available for purchase through Disney's PhotoPass site: $12.95 for a 5"x7"; $16.95 for a 8"x10" and $19.95 for a 5"x7" + 4 wallet-sized. Maybe not the cheapest pictures in the world but most of these shots obviously can't be taken by guests so there's some value in them that way. I kinda like the monorail and WDW engine photo myself.
As I mentioned, there's other shots from around the parks as well but I just thought I'd share the railroad-related ones here with you guys.