The Ornament Valley Railway is a location in Ornament Valley.
The railway has been open since the late 1930s, when tons of Model T locomotives and railcars were introduced. In the 1950s, however, the entire railroad was put into its last run when semitrucks were invented and they traveled on the newly built highway cross-country.
As of 2006, the railway was shut down and the tracks had been torn apart and rocks have fallen on the path. The only railcar that still travels on the railway is Galloping Geargrinder.