The Mark V monorail is a design model of monorail trains, formerly utilized by the Disneyland Monorail System at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, USA and replaced the Mark III monorail. They were used from 1987 until 2008 when they were completely replaced by the Mark VII monorail, which entered service in spring of 2008. They were built by WED Enterprises. The design was based on the Mark IV monorail used at the Walt Disney World Resort on its Walt Disney World Monorail. The trains consisted of five cars. The Mark V monorails were the second of the "Learjet" styled monorails used for Disney, based on the design of the Bombardier Mark IVs in service at Walt Disney World. However, the Mark Vs are smaller in capacity and size, being narrower and shorter in height than the Mark IV.