This was a light density branch that connected the ACL main line in Kissimmee with a secondary line in Ocoee. Judging by maps, the line was abandoned in stages. Most of the southern segment, from Doctor Phillips to Kissimmee, was abandoned around 1960. A short segment in Kissimmee remained to serve a cement plant and possibly some other industries, but that segment is now gone.
The middle segment, which went through Doctor Phillips and Windermere, has been completely removed and replaced with expensive residences and golf courses built over the right of way. North of Windermere the segment that ran parallel to Maguire Road is now a bike path. It is virtually impossible to find any traces in what are now residential areas; industrial areas still include some remnants.
The northern remnant, in Ocoee, still has a spur that serves a Sysco Food plant, but it appears to be out of service. The remnant of the ACL secondary main in Ocoee that is still in service is now part of the Florida Central.
Thanks to Mike Palmer for contributing information about this route.