October 19, 2018

Inside The Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati, a Hidden Gem of Locomotive History

The Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati is home to approximately 70 passenger and freight railway cars from the past century. The nonprofit behind this behemoth collection is currently seeking additional funds to aid in the preservation of its collection and to increase overall operations capacity. For the full story, click here The Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati is at 315 W. Southern Ave., Covington. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays, May-October. $4; $2 ages 10 and younger. More info: cincirailmuseum.org.
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The train yard
The train yard
Guests exploring the Jovita
Guests exploring the Jovita
A rusting Muphrid Pullman sleeping car
A rusting Muphrid Pullman sleeping car
Railroad sign ephemera
Railroad sign ephemera
U.S. troop bunks in a Pullman sleeper car
U.S. troop bunks in a Pullman sleeper car
Inside The Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati, a Hidden Gem of Locomotive History
Inside The Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati, a Hidden Gem of Locomotive History
Guests exploring the L&N caboose
Guests exploring the L&N caboose
Family exploring the train yard
Family exploring the train yard
Inside the Jovita
Inside the Jovita