Views Along Our Excursion Route
Our excursion train rolling along through the
rural countryside of southeastern Ohio.
Southbound approaching Seneca Lane.
This was once a mining community known as "Puritan".
Southbound with "Number 5" bridge in the background. Here
continuous welded rails make for a nice smooth ride.
Crossing over Wills Creek on "Number 5" bridge, built in 1898.
Passing the site of Central Mine, where ten miners lost there lives.
For a list of coal miners who lost their lives in the deep mines of
Guernsey County click here .
Coal Miner Steve entertaining guests with an old folk song on the accordion.
On board you will see an old photo of a steam locomotive
wreck which occurred at this very location.
Rounding "Byesville Curve" located just south of Byesville.
One of our guest entertainers George, is a fine guitarist and singer.
He occasionally entertains passengers with folk and country music.
Passing old Pennsylvania Railroad milepost 52 on a fine fall day.
This old-time service station was built by the nice
folks at the Seneca Lane antique store.