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See The Lebanon Ohio Area On The LM&M Railroad @LMMRailroad @WarrenCountyOH

 

See The Lebanon Ohio Area On The LM&M Railroad

The Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad (LM&M Railroad) operating from Historic Downtown Lebanon offers historic train rides through Southwestern Ohio in Warren County.

These nostalgic train rides present passengers with the opportunity to learn about local history and railroad operations while creating everlasting memories with family and friends. The unique location of the Historic Downtown Lebanon grants visitors the ability to experience the local splendor through shopping and dining in the charming tourist town.

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Madison was catching up to Papa!  This was something my husband enjoyed and was really looking forward to.  No long walks, just sit back and enjoy ourselves.

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The Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad (LM&M Railroad) operating from Historic Downtown Lebanon offers scenic train rides through Southwestern Ohio in Warren County. These nostalgic train rides present passengers with the opportunity to learn about local history and railroad operations while creating everlasting memories with family and friends. The unique location of the Historic Downtown Lebanon grants visitors the ability to experience the local splendor through shopping and dining in the charming tourist town.

 

The train operates on approximately 16 miles of track between Lebanon, Mason and Monroe. For most trips the LM&M runs 4.4 miles south from Lebanon Station in downtown Lebanon to historic Hageman Junction. The train runs over the famous right-of-way of the Cincinnati, Lebanon & Northern (CL&N) Railroad, a passenger and freight line that began operation in 1881.Built mainly as a commuter route, three trains every morning would head south from Lebanon to arrive at the CL&N’s Court Street Depot (today’s Horseshoe Cincinnati Casino).

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The seats are comfortable and they move so 2 seats can face each other.  Each car has lots of seats and one has benches to sit outside.  The also offer a snack bar if you get thirsty or want a snack.  The workers are wonderful and one walks through each car that will answer any questions you have.  This really was a nice family outing!

The original Lebanon Depot was torn down in 1960. In 1972, the Lebanon Council of Garden Clubs acquired the property from the Penn Central and built the current depot building. At one point, Lebanon yard included four tracks and a turntable. Today, two tracks are in service with the third last being used during the filming of Milk Money in 1993. The LM&M Railroad is a nonprofit organization.  They offer special pricing is available for groups and caboose rentals!  They also offer special train rides during the year such as Easter Bunny, Day out with Thomas, Fireworks, North Pole Express, and Evening Pizza Train!

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