Railroads have been a part of Ohio history since the first railroad was completed in 1836. Coal is one of the
most valuable minerals produced in Ohio with coal production mostly concentrated in the southeastern
part of Ohio. With 19 counties in southeastern Ohio there is a lot of railroad history around us. The Local
Places of Interest Pages is here to help you find railroad locations both active and abandoned that you can visit
Happy Railroad Hunting and always remember to be safe and respect all warnings and restrictions.
Museums and Organizations
Hocking Valley Scenic Railway Gallipolis Railroad Freight Museum
Ohio Railway Museum Mt. Perry Scenic Train
Railroad structures and relics
Moonville Tunnel King's Hollow Tunnel
Fromer B&O Depot in Athens Eclipse Company Store and Town
Palos Covered Bridge Trimble, OH Parkersburg,WV-Belpre, OH Bridge
Dunbar Trestle Bridge Piers Hocking Valley Tunnel
Hockhocking-Adena Bikeway Boxcars C&O Caboose # 90211
OR&W Narrow Gauge Caboose #33
Harmar Village in Marietta
Pictures by Member Bo DeCoy
Benwood, WV - Bellaire, OH B&O Railroad Bridge & Great Stone Viaduct
Pictures by Member Bo DeCoy & M. Tewkesbury from Flickr
Out of area Weekend Trips.
The railroads helped build not only Southeastern Ohio, but all of America. Here are some out of area places of interest that can be visited on a short weekend trip.
Cass Scenic Railroad Western Maryland Scenic Railway
Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railway
Age of Steam Roundhouse Horseshoe Curve - Altoona, PA
Entertrainment Junction - Cincinnati, OH
Deshler Crossroads Park - One the last holdouts of B&O CPL signals
Photo by Member Peter Hayes
Not far from Deshler Crossroads Park is B&O Caboose C3784
Fostoria Iron Triangle Park
St. Marys, WV is an interesting spot as there is a stretch of street running.