The streamlined 4-8-2 "Mountain" steam engine & it's five car train is painted in distinctive reddish brown hue. The numbers 909 stand for the distance (in miles) this train regularly runs.
About this creation
The front of the loco is in classic Art Deco style.
The tender spells out the name of the railroad it is owned by. In this case, it's Brick Railway Systems.
Here we see the Combination baggage and passenger car.
These are the three identical passenger coaches.
The observation car of the 909 National Limited. The train runs 909 miles in around 15 hours at about 60 Miles Per Hour with only fuel stops, thus giving the train it's name the "909 National Limited".
This loco was inspired by the South Australian Railways 520 class 4-8-4 and the hover mono-rail engine from the Legend of Korra TV Show, while the train coaches were inspired by a vintage 2009 LEGO model of "Galaxy Express 999". (Link to Brickshelf: www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=374748 ) The real story behind the of the name 909 Limited is a combination of this fantasy train and the Beatles song "One after 909", which is sort-of about a train.