HVSR Train to East Logan

Date(s) - September 11, 2016
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Hocking valley scenic railway in southeast ohio

Hocking Valley Scenic Railway chugging through the hills of Southeast Ohio.
Photograph by Joel Prince


The Hocking Valley Scenic Railway’s East Logan train is the longest of the regular weekend trains and operates every Saturday and Sunday between Memorial Day and the last full weekend of October.

The train departs the Nelsonville Depot for a round-trip ride along the historic Hocking River Valley. Along the way, guests pass through the historic company town of Haydenville, which was the last company town in Ohio. It was once part of a large brick and clay company known in its later days as NATCO. Other sights along the trip include one of the remaining Hocking Canal locks, an active gravel mine, the Hocking River, and, of course, the hills of the Hocking River Valley!

Duration of ride: Approximately two hours

Hocking Valley Scenic Railway