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The "Pat & Mac" operated during the 1940s and 1950s.

A nearby informational sign states that the locomotive was originally a wood burner but was converted to "steam" [SIC].

Wiki Pedia Number 50 is a standard gauge mogul (2-6-0) that was built by ALCO in 1922.

It was used for many years by the Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation to haul phosphate rock.

This Raritan River 0-4-0 once operated at the International Toy Train Museum pulling a short tourist train around the grounds. Number 3 is currently at the Agrirama in Tifton, GA. Both locomotives were stored in Green Cove Springs, FL for several years.

The Agrirama is a Georgia state park showing agricultural history in south Georgia. The 0-4-0T was once displayed at the SR Depot in Apopka.

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In August of 2002, this locomotives was moved to the "Manatee Historical Village" in Bradenton.

The slope-back tender aided in visibility during switching operations. In 2011 the locomotive was sold to the Southeastern Narrow Gauge and Shortline Museum in Newton, NC.

It was taken out of service in 1958 and donated to the city of Lakeland in 1961. Number 104 is a prairie (2-6-2) that was also owned by Cummer Sons Cypress Co (see number 3 in Dade City).

They have been converted to burn bio-fuel with 1% diesel.

One other locomotive (a 1927 Davenport built for N&S Coal at Pittsburg, Nova Scotia as an 0-4-0T, now a 2-4-4RT) was added to the roster and named Ward Kimball. In 1999 it was traded to the Cedar Point & Lake Erie Railroad in Sandusky, OH in exchange for their former Barker Lapine 2-4-4 named "Maud L". was then sent to Disneyland in Anaheim, CA where it will be completely rebuilt and converted from burning coal to burning oil.

In August of 2002, this locomotives was moved to the "Manatee Historical Village" in Bradenton.

The slope-back tender aided in visibility during switching operations. In 2011 the locomotive was sold to the Southeastern Narrow Gauge and Shortline Museum in Newton, NC.

It was taken out of service in 1958 and donated to the city of Lakeland in 1961. Number 104 is a prairie (2-6-2) that was also owned by Cummer Sons Cypress Co (see number 3 in Dade City).

They have been converted to burn bio-fuel with 1% diesel.

One other locomotive (a 1927 Davenport built for N&S Coal at Pittsburg, Nova Scotia as an 0-4-0T, now a 2-4-4RT) was added to the roster and named Ward Kimball. In 1999 it was traded to the Cedar Point & Lake Erie Railroad in Sandusky, OH in exchange for their former Barker Lapine 2-4-4 named "Maud L". was then sent to Disneyland in Anaheim, CA where it will be completely rebuilt and converted from burning coal to burning oil.

The one on the right side says: "Baldwin, 1925, CN: 58489" (which is from the Rockton-Rion 2-8-0, No. The number plate attached to the front of the smokebox had a "1" on it. 3749 was also lettered "Seaboard Airline 223" (the real Seaboard #223 was an M-1 class 4-8-2 which pulled the Orange Blossem Special and other crack passenger trains).