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Total Tourist Railways in OHIO: 10 Displaying 15 tourist railways per page.
Cincinnati Railway
Address: PO Box 53817, Cincinnati, OHIO, 45253-0817 USA. Tel.: (513) 933-8022 Toll Free:
Large View The nostalgic rides at Cincinnati Railway's Lebanon station have been a favorite of young and old alike since 1985. Experience the thrill and excitement of rail travel from days gone by while enjoying themed rides and entertainment. Rides depart from Historic downtown Lebanon and travel along the original CL&N line. Trains operate with a restored 1950s-era GP-7 diesel-electric locomotive, open window commuter coaches built in 1930 and a popular open-air gondola car on the rear of the train allows you to enjoy a panoramic view of the countryside.
Hits: 7446    Rating: 6.50    Votes: 4 Rate/Vote It     Added: 16-Apr-2004

Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad
Address: P.O. Box 158, Peninsula, OHIO, 44264 USA. Tel.: 1-330-657-2000 Toll Free: 1-800-468-4070
The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad in Northeastern Ohio runs through the heart of Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Each trip is a different adventure filled with fun, excitement, natural beauty and historic sights. Spend a little or a lot of time exploring the things you like to see and do. You'll ride comfortably in vintage climate-controlled coaches built between 1939 and 1940. The coaches originally saw passenger service on the Seaboard and Santa Fe Railroads. Sit back, relax and enjoy a train ride to many exciting round trip destinations. It's all waiting for you. The train. The trips. The sights. The professional staff. Get on Board.
Hits: 7094    Rating: 6.00    Votes: 7 Rate/Vote It     Added: 30-Oct-2002

Ohio Central System
Address: P.O. Box 4027, Sugarcreek, Ohio, OHIO, 44681 USA. Tel.: 866-850-4676 Toll Free: 866-850-4676
Ohio Central Railroad offers nostalgic trip back in time to where you can ride behind an historic steam locomotive and experience the ambiance of railroading as it was in the days of steam. You can see farmers tilling their fields with horse and plow and doing other farm chores the old fashioned way. Just sit back and enjoy the peaceful Amish countryside from your passenger coach window.
Hits: 13387    Rating: 2.45    Votes: 9 Rate/Vote It     Added: 3-Jan-2003

Buckeye Central Scenic Railroad
Address: Rt 821, Exit I-77, Byesville, OHIO, 43025-0601 USA. Tel.: 740-432-2022 Toll Free: 800-933-5480
The Buckeye Central Scenic Railroad is on tour in Byesville, Ohio which is located south of Cambridge, Ohio just south of intersections of I-70 AND I-77 (first exit south on I-77). Visit the Jackson Park Blast and enjoy a demonstration train ride on the Buckeye Central Railroad. Train will depart from Second Street in Byesville beside the Peoples Bank. The train will run from Byesville south to Derwent for a ride on restored welded steel rails using our vintage railroad equipment.
Hits: 6549    Rating: 4.33    Votes: 9 Rate/Vote It     Added: 24-Jun-2003

Elderberry Line
Address: 203 Second St NW, Carrollton, OHIO, 44615 USA. Tel.: 330-627-2282 Toll Free:
The 14 mile trip between Carrollton and Minerva highlights some of Carroll County's most beautiful scenery, while giving passengers a nostalgic look at rail travel along a working railroad. The train crosses the historic "Great Trail" of the late 1700's, which opened the western frontier to the settlers of our young nation. Passengers will pass villages, farmland and historic areas, and see beautiful forests and streams. All trips depart from the depot in Carrollton. The entire trip is approximately 28 miles in length and last 3 hours, with approximately a 1 hour layover in Minerva.
Hits: 5045    Rating: 0    Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It     Added: 5-Nov-2002

Hocking Valley Scenic Railway
Address: P.O. Box 427, Nelsonville, OHIO, 45764 USA. Tel.: 740-753-9531 Toll Free: 800-967-7834
Welcome aboard an old time passenger train for a leisurely ride through the beautiful hills of southeastern Ohio. Enjoy the blooming dogwood trees in the spring, summertime fun, nature's spectacular fall foliage or a special winter ride with Santa. The Hocking Valley Scenic Railway offers diesel-powered rides through the beautiful, rolling hills of Southeastern Ohio aboard vintage equipment. The coaches used were built in 1927 for commuter service around Chicago and the primary diesel locomotive we use was built back in October of 1952. The coaches are heated in the winter, so a comfortable and enjoyable ride is to be had with Santa Claus during our annual Santa trains.
Hits: 6343    Rating: 2.70    Votes: 10 Rate/Vote It     Added: 5-Nov-2002

Lake Erie & Western Railway and Museum
Address: 49 N Sixth Street, Waterville, OHIO, 43566 USA. Tel.: 419-878-2177 Toll Free: 866-638-7246
Board the Blue Bird train at Waterville, Ohio for a 15 mile round trip on the tracks of the Toledo, Lake Erie & Western Railway and Museum, once part of the Cloverleaf Division of the Nickel Plate Road. The trip takes 60 minutes and includes a spectacular views as you travel across Northwest Ohio.
Hits: 3604    Rating: 4.50    Votes: 4 Rate/Vote It     Added: 12-Oct-2003

Lorain and West Virginia - Lake Shore Railway Association
Address: 46485 State Route 18, Wellington, OHIO, 44090 USA. Tel.: 440-647-6660 Toll Free:
Most trips are a minimum of 5 miles each way, or 10 miles total, behind vintage E8-A L&WV diesel #101.
Hits: 2469    Rating: 0    Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It     Added: 12-Oct-2003

Ohio Railway Museum
Address: 1208 East Hudson St., Columbus, OHIO, 43211 USA. Tel.: (614) 268-4075 Toll Free:
The first trip will be to Sugarcreek to attend the famous Ohio Swiss Festival. You will travel out the old Pennsylvania Railroad Panhandle Division on the Ohio Central to Morgan Run and then turn north to Sugarcreek. Steam engine 6325 will pull us one way and period F3 diesels will pull the other way. Expect entertainment like the Dennison excursion of this year plus a visit to one of the state's finest festivals.
Hits: 5166    Rating: 3.00    Votes: 2 Rate/Vote It     Added: 5-Nov-2002

Turtle Creek and Lebanon Railway - Cincinnati Railway Company
Address: 198 S Broadway, Lebanon, OHIO, 45036 USA. Tel.: 513-933-8022 Toll Free:
This one hour train ride through the countryside departs from Historic downtown Lebanon and travels along the original CL&N line. Trains operate with a restored 1950s-era GP-7 diesel-electric locomotive, open window commuter coaches built in 1930 and a popular open-air gondola car.
Hits: 3738    Rating: 3.75    Votes: 8 Rate/Vote It     Added: 12-Oct-2003




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