10-year old twins Courtney and Sara might be the youngest-ever railroad conductors, managing a growing railway right inside their own living room. The girls’ father Ronnie, a roofer by trade, decided to put his handyman skills into action, building a special model railroad for his daughters after Courtney, who has cerebral palsy, was having a tough time placing the rail cars on the track. “Courtney’s so proud of herself when she can do something by herself,” Ronnie said.
The railroad has started to take over parts of the family’s house, which has grown to include two layers of tracks, an entire model village, bridges, tunnels, and much more. After Courtney suffered a stroke in utero, which caused her cerebral palsy, it was a miracle that both the twins even survived. She uses a power wheelchair to get around—which she may outgrow—but for now she is happy cruising around as the head of the Courtney Express.
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