#2 steams into the depot for the first trip to "the North Pole" for the day, which happened to be pretty chilly, allowing #2 to show off a bit.
#2 rolls into "the North Pole" to pick up Santa.
The tourist train combined with an empty ballast train for movement to Plymouth.
CSX in Apopka? Officially, not since 1986....but on this day in 2014, a pair of modern CSX GE's guide a loaded granite rock train up to Plymouth to be used for the railroad's ballast.
A cold, windy Sunday finds #2 chugging past a private crossing headed to Lake Jem.
This little item once ran the passenger trains out of Eustis. After the operation folded, it sat idle in Eustis, subject to much vandalism. It now sits under closer watch, but still idle.
TE&G celebrated #2's 105'th anniversary in January 2012, it was built January 1907. It is seen here with FCEN employee Kevin Sweat showing off a classic ride in the form of a 1923 "T-Bucket".
The First Orlando Job is working Flyash cars at Modello Park before heading south to build the interchange train for CSX at Taft Yard south of Orlando.