Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati
Founded in 1975, The Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati preserves the engines, rail-cars and other artifacts associated with the region’s railroading history. Currently encompassing a collection of eighty major pieces, including vintage Pullman cars, engines, baggage carts and signals, the museum is primarily an outdoor experience. A permanent museum is being built in one of the rail cars in which to display the museum’s smaller artifact collection, especially those that capture the stories of the people whose lives revolved around the rail industry. The museum is an all-volunteer organization and welcomes visitors to take a self-guided walking tour. This site is on the Historic Tour. Open to the public.