Complete Your Disney Parks Look With These Walt Disney World & Disneyland Railroad Crossbody Bags

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We have been finding so many must-have items browsing shopDisney lately, and this one is going right to the top of the list! Whether you are creating a Disneyland or Magic Kingdom-inspired DisneyBound or just have a shopping addiction when it comes to new Disney bags and accessories (guilty!) this bag is sure to be right up your alley.

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The classic design of this bag comes in two styles, one for the Disneyland Railroad and one for the Walt Disney World Railroad (which is currently in the testing phase of reopening following its extended closure due to the construction of the new TRON Light Cycle Power Run attraction in Tomorrowland.)

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It’s circular shape and golden color plus the chain details for the crossbody style handle are intended to be reminiscent of classic styles of pocket watches often carried by train conductors at the peak of the railroad’s use in the U.S. The front section of the bag even unzips to reveal a Mickey Mouse watch face with dimensional clock hands, making this a really unique item and something we are sure Disney fans will appreciate.

While it is faux gold leather, this bag is priced at $44.99 so it is certainly on the more affordable end, especially when compared to some of the other bags we see (and have to restrain ourselves from buying) while looking through shopDisney.

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These bags were created exclusively for the Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts, and while they are not technically limited edition, if they are anything like other attraction-specific bags we have seen in the past, we think they have the potential to sell out quick. In recent memory, bags inspired by Casey’s Corner that were available at select locations at Walt Disney World and on shopDisney sold out fast. If this one is high on your list we would head over to shopDisney and order asap!

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."

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