Miniature Railroad  was a three foot high locomotive
that could handle roughly a dozen or so passengers at a time.

The trains were built by the Cagney  brothers, and their miniature locomotives were a big hit at the Fair, the company constructed twenty (20) 15″ gauge 4-4-0s and four (4) 22″ gauge 4-4-0s which were used as public transportation on the fairgrounds.

There were eight miles of track.

The attraction had three lines:

1: Ran the length of the Pike.
2:      Ran  from Pike to Boer War and Philippine Reservation.
3:      Ran to the Anthropological exhibits.

A ride cost a dime.

Exhibit Statictics:

Price of Admission-  10 cents  
Exhibition Profit-   43,414.77 dollars
One of the three miniature railroads on the Pike.
Lee  Gaskins'   AT THE FAIR  The 1904 St. Louis World's   Fair 
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