Hi everyone! I’m posting today with the footage and some stills from my trip to Florida this past March. The railroad was the Tavares, Eustis, and Gulf Scenic Railroad, A.K.A the Orange Blossom Cannonball. The railroad does own a steam engine, but she only pulls the trains on Saturdays, so the engine I saw working was the railroad’s 1941-built GE 45 ton center cab switch diesels. Even though it wasn’t running, I got some stills of the steamer, a 2-6-0 wood-burner. Hope you like it! Be on the look out for a post on this weekend’s Train Day, which I will be spending at the Kirkwood Amtrak station hoping to watch Norfolk and Western 2156 begin her journey to Roanoke, where she will spend the next five years. Until then, thanks for reading and happy rails!