The Hocking Hills in the U.S. state of Ohio is a region southeast of the state capital of Columbus that is full of forests, waterfalls, and other natural wonders. People come here to hike and to camp and to be in nature. With all these natural wonders, there is also a mechanical wonder in this region.
All aboard the Hocking Valley Scenic Railway in Nelsonville, Ohio. It runs on a line that originally was built to connect the city of Columbus and the town of Athens, and it was once part of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. Today, the line only runs between Nelsonville to Haydenville and does not connect to any other line. The journey begins at the Nelsonville Depot which also houses a small museum. You enjoy the museum, but you came here to ride the train.
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