It was evident that this was a sort of signal or watchword among the members of the Order of choo-choo.
At what station do I climb onto the choo-choo cars, or at what water-tank do I get thrown off?
The choo-choo cars are getting ready to choo-choo right along to the next station.
There was a little cabin in it, and seats out on deck, and a little engine that went "choo-choo!"
Of course its going to be a little hard gittin over the New Mexico mountain range, but I guess the choo-choo wagon will do it.
It says its to be delivered to a man with three boys an a choo-choo wagon, an that description fits you.
But Ozoneville was recommended to give tone to choo-choo's nerves.
Another interesting point: The engine does not say choo-choo as in our country—it says Tut-tut.
Just git out of that choo-choo wagon an hand over what spare change you have.
Now what I want to know is, can you boys go there, or near there, in your choo-choo cart?
Child's name for "steam-engine locomotive," 1895, echoic (choo-choo cars is attested from 1891).