The only train of the day departs Tavares and chugs past a reborn Wooten Park. The area has seen extensive development. To see... (more)
After backing off the wye, #2 tugs the 1300's excursion towards the depot for boarding. The tracks are right down the middle of the street on the sorrento branch.
One of two centercabs that will be used in addition to the 2-6-0 steam locomotive.
One of the popular views on the route to Lake Jem....the train may change its routing in the future.
Leased from the Reader Railroad in Arkansas, this wood-burning Mogul is used to power the “Orange Blossom Cannonball” excursion on FCEN rails between Tavares and Lake Jem, FL.
The 11:30 trip (Train 101) scoots past the site of an old packing plant, soon to be redeveloped into an extension of Wooten park.
Christmas, Florida Style! After collecting more wood, TE&G # 2 pulls through the wye to back onto it's train in preparation for train 103.
Number two backs to it's train through the wye, as Julie catches the action with her camera. If in Florida the Cannonball is a must see.
The allure of a steam locomotive transcends all generations. Here # 2's safety valve pops while the crew prepares it for the day's trips.