We had a thread on this awhile back so I pulled the pictures up from it:
<a href='http://members.aol.com/k9660r/train2.html' target='_blank'>Melodia at Carowinds</a>
<a href='http://www.steamlocomotive.info/locomotives/IA0015.JPG' target='_blank'>Melodia Today</a>
After traveling from owner to owner, The Melodia was finally purchased by a private rail enthusiasts group in California, and recieved heavy modifications. It still looks recognizable though. Apparently it has not run in several years.
Carowinds #2 (Blue)
<a href='http://members.aol.com/k9660r/train1.html' target='_blank'>#2 at Carowinds</a>
<a href='http://www.mjackson.net/specials/famwolf/images/24.jpg' target='_blank'>Today at Neverland 1</a>
<a href='http://www.jacko.de/mjj/nevtrain.rm' target='_blank'>Video of #2 at Neverland</a>
#2 Has had a much more interesting story. After sitting in storage at Carowinds for several years, it was finally bought buy a Toy Manufacturing Company in Ohio, where they put it on display outside of there headquarters. A few years later Micheal Jackson was building a private amusement park inspired by Disneyland, and he wanted a steam train. His people found the locomotive, and purchased it. After heavy changes to the engine's appearance, and a new paint scheme, it became Neverland #1, "Katherine." (Named after MJ's Mother) It is still in operation today (Though it's stay may be limited, I've heard MJ is thinking about selling Neverland because of his financial problems)
Anyway, the reason the railroad was removed was because of Thunder Road. While the railroad and it could have existed beside each other, the park did not want to have to deal with a grade crossing at the ride's entrance. Not only that, but steam locomotives are very expensive to maintain(SFOG is so tired of Steam costs that there converting their two engines to diesel) and Thunder Road was a very big coaster, so I'm sure the removal had something to do with money as well.
BGW's original two locos, Balmoral Castle and Der Hochbonagan(sp?) and Carowinds #2 are the exact same size. They were both built by Crown Locomotive Works in the late 1960s/early 70s. Melodia was bult by H.K. Porter Locomotive Works in the 1890s.
(I'm a train fanatic, if you can't tell