Donald makes a scale model railroad on his property of everything. However, he also gets rid of Chip and Dale's tree when it isn't like the minature trees he planted to be in scale. Chip and Dale try to get even by living in minature scale model houses and doing other acts to annoy Donald. In the end, when their tree has a hole in it and ends up on the railroad track, Chip and Dale take advantage of this to say it is a scale model of California Giant Redwood with a tunnel. Satisfied with the explanation, Donald rides his train through the tunnel and leaves Chip and Dale alone from there on.
Home video releases
- Walt Disney Treasures: The Chronological Donald, Volume Four
- Chip 'n' Dale Volume 1: Here Comes Trouble
- This short's title was later used for an episode of Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers.
- Donald's train is actually a smaller version of Casey Jones' train with his engine as an old 4-4-0 engine or an American type steam locomotive No. 2 from The Brave Engineer. with many shots produced from The Brave Engineer. Locomotives of their wheel arrangement were used most common on American railroads during the 1800s and 1830s until 1928.
- The short was inspired by Walt Disney's backyard trainset, the Carolwood Pacific Railroad. Both the short and footage of the model train were featured in the Walt Disney Presents episode Where Do the Stories Come From?