The Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati maintains over 80 trains, magnificently large and stunning to look at Jun 6, 2016
The Railway Museum of Greater Cincinnati is a railroad museum in Covington, Kentucky, at the former Louisville and Nashville Railroad yard. The museum owns and maintains a collection of 80 historic railroad equipment and acquires several new pieces each year to their home in the Latonia Rail Yard. Located on a 4-acre (16,000 m2) site, the museum displays several classic, well-known vehicles, as well as rarities that will impress rail experts. The museum is located at 315 Southern Avenue in the Latonia area of Covington. The majority of the collection is from the first half of the 20th century.
This museum was founded in 1975 when a club of local railroad enthusiasts decided to run passenger cars on Amtrak trains. However, in the 1980s, Amtrak tightened its restrictions on passenger…
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