There are many ways to explore the history, nature and culture of southeastern Ohio, but none quite as unique as a vintage train ride with the Hocking Valley Scenic Railway. Serving more than 30,000 tourists each year, the 1920s-built railroad currently operates in Nelsonville between Logan and Athens. Along this route, the trains make stops for passengers to view local attractions, including water canals, company towns and pioneer villages dating back to the 1800s.
Rides are also offered with different themes, such as Robbery Trains and Ride for a Cure Trains, as well as for different seasons and holidays like Halloween, Christmas, New Years, Fourth of July and more.
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Hocking Valley Scenic Railway