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Ohio Railway Museum

990 Proprietors Rd, Worthington, OH 43017

The Ohio Railway Museum is located in Worthington, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus. It is dedicated to the preservation and operation of historic railway equipment. The collection focuses on Ohio Railway equipment and artifacts.

The collection includes a Norfolk & Western steam locomotive built in March 1910; a Marble Cliff Quarries saddle tank steam locomotive built in 1924; a 4-wheel single-truck streetcar built in 1900 for Kansas City Public Service and a streetcar built in 1925 for Columbus Railway Power and Light. The museum offers rides on a tram built in 1949 for the Illinois Terminal Railroad.

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