Florida Flywheeler's Park Another Magic Kingdom

There is another Magic Kingdom in Florida: the Florida Flywheelers Antique Engine Club show grounds

This 150 hp Fairbanks Morse diesel engine is typical of units used in communities throughout Florida in the 1930s.
This 150 hp Fairbanks Morse diesel engine is typical of units used in communities throughout Florida in the 1930s. Donated to the club by the city of Sanford, Fla., the engine weighs 22,000 pounds and stands 8.5 feet tall. "It was unusual to find an engine like that in that good a condition," said Flywheelers president Dick Edwards. "We just cleaned it up, and painted it, and replaced some missing piping." The engine's maximum rpm is 300. "It's not a high speed engine," he said.