Iron Spike Room
No. 3 Roger E. Broggie
Engine No. 3, the Roger E. Broggie, was named after Roger Broggie, an
Imagineer and railroad fan. He helped Walt Disney build his eighth scale
Carolwood Pacific Railroad, and he oversaw the purchase and restoration
of all the engines at Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
The engine is a 4-6-0, built by Baldwin in 1925.
Pictures of the No. 3 Roger E. Broggie.
For more about the Roger E. Broggie, see this
at StartedByAMouse.com. Also, see pictures of the Roger
E. Broggie Rededication.
|Name||Roger E. Broggie||Number||3|
|Wheel arr./type||4-6-0 Ten-wheeler||Stack design||Diamond|
|Builder||Baldwin Locomotive Works|
|Date built||May 1925|
|Construction number||58445||Original owner||United Railways of Yucatan|
No. 275, Merida, Mexico
|Park service date||October 1, 1971||Scale||Full|
|Weight||67,500 lbs.||Fuel||Distillate #2 low-sulfur reformulated|
|Boiler pressure||160 psi.||Boiler barrel diameter||50"|
|Cylinder size||15" x 20"||Valve gear||Stephenson|
|Driver diameter||44"||Lead truck diameter||24"|
|Tender capacity||1,837 gal. water/664 gal. fuel||Colors||Red cab/red wheels|
|Namesake||Roger Edward Broggie (1908-1991)|
|Information from "Walt Disney's Railroad Story" by Michael Broggie,
used with the author's permission. For more information, visit
The Carolwood Pacific Historical Society.|