There is an “Arrival and Departure” bulletin board on the ground floor of the Main Street Train Station.
The locations depicted are not just random names, but have meaning.
Here they are:
Grizzle Bear Flats:
The Grizzly Flats Railroad was the name of Ward Kimball’s backyard railroad.
Hickory is the town depicted in the Disney movie, “Follow Me Boys“ released in theaters on December 1, 1966.
Lemuel Siddons was the character played by Fred MacMurray in the movie “Follow Me Boys.”
Rutledge College was the rival school of Medfield College.
Harrington was the town depicted in the Disney movie “Pollyanna,” released in theaters on May 19, 1960.
Adolphe Menjou played the villain, Mr. Pendergast in the movie “Pollyanna.”
From the Disney movie, “The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin” starring Bryan Russell, Roddy McDowall, Suzanne Pleshette, and Karl Malden. It was released on March 3, 1967.
I was able to figure out most of these entries on my own, but Harrington Hills and Pendergast Plains had me stumped. While researching these names, I came across the following web-site:
I found that someone had already beaten me to the punch on this blog, but I felt it could be recycled.