This Chessie caboose is located at the nearby Winter Garden Heritage Museum.
Behind the Central Florida Railroad Museum is a Clinchfield caboose, which is available for exploring.
Well known Central Florida railroad subject artist, Dan Crusie, of Leesburg, is an active member of the Society.
The artist has captured a resplendent view of the Central Florida Railroad Museum.
The history of the Tavares and Gulf Railroad is chronicled in “The Whistle Blows No More,” available in the museum’s gift shop.
Roberto Fernandez’s painting “Sunrise in Winter Garden,” documents the arrival of a Tavares and Gulf train into Winter Garden’s station in 1920.
Winter Garden’s first Tavares and Gulf depot was located a block east of the 1913 station on the south side of the tracks.
Picnickers enjoy a trip to Gourd Neck Springs, near Winter Garden, courtesy of the Tavares and Gulf.
Artist and Society member, Dan Crusie, has pictured a scene at the Winter Garden Tavares and Gulf station in the 1920s.
Winter Garden’s Plant System depot is pictured in the early 1900s.
Members of the Florida Chapter of the Morse Telegraph Historical Society gather at the Railroad Museum often to display how messages used to be sent.
The Lego enthusiasts of Central Florida display their layout occasionally at the Railroad Museum.
Warren McFarland, of the Morse Telegraph Society, explains the workings of the telegraph system to a young lad at the Railroad Museum.
Visitors to the Railroad Museum admire the Lego layout that is featured there several times a year.
This historic plaque is located at the entrance to the Railroad Museum.
One of the outdoor objects on display at the museum is this crossing signal.
The Orange Blossom Cannonball Railroad occasionally has a special run from the Railroad Museum in Winter Garden.
The Tavares, Eustis and Gulf Railroad brought its steam locomotive to the museum several years ago for special passenger runs.
Al Sharp and Jarrod Reynolds fine tune the wiring for the signal, which is displayed outside the museum.
Society member, Jerry Honetor, is deep into books, as he works on cataloging the library collection at the museum.
An Orange Belt train, which had a Winter Garden station, is pictured in the late 1890s.