A new museum dedicated to rail stations in Ohio has opened in Cleveland.
The train museum opened on Friday in the Roosevelt Public Library’s main hall.
It was created by the Ohio Historical Society, the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Ohio Regional Railroad.
The new museum features more than 30 train stations, and features a train carriage that is modeled after a train from Ohio.
The Ohio Historical Association has created a website for visitors to learn more about train stations in the state.
The railroad museum is located in Cleveland at the corner of Broadway and Euclid streets.
The Roosevelt Public Libraries website lists the museum’s mission as to “capture the unique relationship between the people and their transportation systems and to promote understanding and understanding of the importance of rail transportation in the lives of Americans.”
The museum was funded through a grant from the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Train stations in Cleveland are the largest in the US, with about 6,000 in the city alone.