Somehow only part of my post is up...
Here's the whole thing:
-The two 4-4-0's are very nice, my favorite engines!
-Really like how the Santa Fe sponsored the railroad! They made it seem like it was part of the Santa Fe railway, and the steam engines once belonged to the ATSF!
-Main Street has the Lily Belle replica on display, not to mention that nice map and other little displays!
-Main Street station is still not accessible! Come on, Disney!
-The other three engines, though just as nice, are more of switching or industrial sort of engines, which make the railroad seem less like a major road...
-Frontierland station is just a sheltered platform, and is not even in Frontierland! They could've done better there...
-Tomorrowland station. I guess it is convenient, but it just seems out of place
Walt Disney World Railroad:
-Main Street and the engines have a more Victorian era styling. I guess DLRR does too, but it all just seems a bit more lavish here...
-The engines are bigger, and are mostly main line designs, so the railroad has a more mature look and feel
-Main Street is accessible!
-Frontierland's depot is nicely western styled and wooden! Definitely an improvement over the last one!
-Nice new Fantasyland station, and it is near Tomorrowland, so no need for a stop there!
-Main Street seems relatively sparse, they have a train bulletin and some nice WDWRR stuff on the walls below the station, but I think those would look better in the station itself.
-Only one 4-4-0 engine! This engine, they seemed to go for a Baldwin 8-18c styling, making the 1916 or so built engine look a little odd...