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Backyard and garden railways
Commercial children's rides often use simple but colorful equipment, with the driving mechanism hidden under vacuum formed plastic covers.
Trains which do not use tracks usually consist of railroad-like cars towed behind an ordinary, or modified motor vehicle. This type of ride is often conducted as a sightseeing tour of the surroundings.
Some train rides (e.g. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad) resemble roller coasters, and may not be available to children under a certain age or a minimum height.
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