At end credits scrolls: "Captain Harry Colbourn returned to Canada, raised a family in Winnepeg and, as a practicing veterinarian, devoted his life to the care and protection of animals, until his death in 1947. Willie continued to entertain the children at the London zoo where she was often allowed to roam free on the grounds. She lived till the ripe old age of 20. In 1926, writer A.A. Milne visited Winnie with his son Christopher. They found her so charming that she became the inspiration for the Winnie character in A.A. Milne's famous stories. Her memory continues to delight children and adults around the world."
The conductor announces arrival at White River while it is dark outside the train yet when the passengers debark, it is sunny.