Local Places of Interest Page for The Railroad Model and Historical Society of Southeastern Ohio

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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. We plan to give you directions, photos, and history of these places. Please come back often to see new places added or contact us and submitted  some of your finds that can included bridges, Tunnels, Depots, or whatever else you find that is railroad related both new and old.  Happy Railroad Hunting and always remember to be safe.




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