The 'Orange Blossom Special'

The Orange Blossom Special -- a steam locomotive on display at <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLENT0000222" title="Church Street Station" href="/topic/travel/tourism-leisure/church-street-station-PLENT0000222.topic">Church Street Station</a> -- has been a sentimental mainstay for downtown visitors for decades. But those days are numbered: The city is looking for someone to take the 100-year-old train engine and its four cars, a museum perhaps. If not, it could end up as scrap. The piece of Orlando's recent history has to go to make way for a new SunRail station.

( George Skene, Orlando Sentinel / December 1, 2011 )

The Orange Blossom Special -- a steam locomotive on display at Church Street Station -- has been a sentimental mainstay for downtown visitors for decades. But those days are numbered: The city is looking for someone to take the 100-year-old train engine and its four cars, a museum perhaps. If not, it could end up as scrap. The piece of Orlando's recent history has to go to make way for a new SunRail station.

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