Dennison Depot Railroad Museum
The small village of Dennison, Ohio lies halfway between Columbus, OH and Pittsburgh, PA, exactly 100 miles to the east and west of these major cities. This location was not a coincidence, but specifically chosen because a steam engine only went 100 miles before it had to take on coal and water and change crews. Thus, Dennison is a true railroad town in every sense – it was founded in 1864 as a water stop for the railroad.
Dennison Depot Railroad Museum is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media