Wattman Announces the Addition of the Freight Train to its Line

August 2006
Tourist Attractions & Parks;Aug2006, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p192
This article features the Wattman Trains & Trams Inc.'s Freight Train. Wattman makes electric powered trains and shuttles for amusement venues. Freight Train was made specifically on the request of a company called Intersect. Following the development of the train for the client, Wattman decided to add the train to its Mini-Express.


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