Tourist & Museum Railways in
Cedar Point & Lake Erie #4 George R,
a 3 ft gauge 2-4-0
built in 1942 by HK Porter for the Carbon Limestone Company
- Carillon Park Railroad
7½ in (190 mm) gauge miniature railway in Carillon Historic Park, Dayton.
Offers rides to the general public typically one or two days each month
from April to December.
- Cedar Point & Lake Erie Railroad 3 ft (914 mm)
gauge steam hauled line about 2 miles (3 km) in length in the Cedar
Point amusement park in Sandusky. Operates daily mid May to August,
Fridays to Sundays in September and October.
- Cincinnati Dinner Train From Seymour Avenue to
Theodore Berry Park in Cincinnati, about 12½ miles (20 km) on the lines
of Indiana & Ohio Railway. Dining services offered on all trains.
Operates Saturdays throughout the year, and by private charter.
- Cuyahoga Valley
Scenic Railway Rockside to Akron, about 31 miles (50 km). Standard
gauge, diesel hauled. Passengers may board at either terminus. Operates
Fridays to Sundays in May, Wednesdays to Sundays June to October, and
on various other days throughout the year for special events.
Railroad Depot Museum Special excursions from Dennison to
Newcomerstown on a lines of the Ohio Central Railroad. Standard gauge,
diesel hauled. Operates Fridays to Sundays in early December.
- Hocking Valley
Scenic Railway Nelsonville to Logan, about 11 miles (18 km), or
shorter journeys. Standard gauge, diesel hauled. Operates weekends
from May to October, late November to mid December, and certain other
- J & L Narrow Gauge Railroad at the Youngstown
Steel Heritage Museum. Current short length of track within the
museum is in the course of being extended. 2ft (610mm) gauge, usually
steam hauled. Operates typically one weekend each month from May
- K.I. & Miami Valley Railroad in the Kings Island
theme park, Mason, is a 3ft (914 mm) gauge steam hauled railway 1 mile
(1.6 km) in length. Park is open weekends from mid April to October,
daily from early May to mid August.
Shore Live Steamers 7½ in (190 mm) gauge miniature railway about
1 mile (1.6 km) in length, in Kirtland. Mainly steam hauled.
Open to the public 1, 2 or 3 Sundays each month from April to October
- Lebanon Mason
Monroe Railroad Lebanon to LM&M Junction, about 5 miles (8 km).
Standard gauge, diesel hauled. Operates a few days each month from April
to December, or by private charter. Inclusive dining trains operate at
- Lorain & West Virginia Railway Lake Junction,
near Wellington, to Oberlin, about 6 miles (10 km). Standard gauge,
diesel hauled. Operates a few weekends during the summer and in
December, also by private charter.
- Northeastern Ohio Live Steamers 7½ in (190 mm)
gauge miniature railway a little under ½ mile (0.7 km) in length,
on the Lester Rail Trail near Medina. Mainly steam hauled.
Open to the public typically 1 or 2 Sundays each month
- Northern Ohio Railway Museum in Seville
offers rides within the museum grounds on historic streetcars. Museum
open Saturdays from mid May to October, streetcars operate on the
second Saturday of the month
- Northwest Ohio
Railroad Preservation 15 in (381 mm) gauge miniature railway
about ½ mile (0.8 km) in length, in Findlay. Usually steam hauled,
though a diesel locomotive may be substituted on occasions. Operates
(weather permitting) weekends from April to December, also Fridays in
- Ohio Railway Museum in Worthington offers rides
within the museum grounds on historic streetcars, interurbans and
locomotive hauled coaches. Normally open Sundays from May to December
- Toledo, Lake Erie
& Western Railway Grand Rapids to Waterville, about 10 miles
(16 km). Standard gauge, diesel hauled. Regular operations ceased
in 2010, but may resume in the future. At present rides are offered
for a short distance from Grand Rapids in motorised works vehicles
on most Sundays from May to September.
- Zanesville &
Western Scenic Railroad 3 miles (5 km) in length from Mount Perry,
extensions proposed. Standard gauge, diesel hauled. Operates each
weekend from August to October, and two or three weekends in