Cincinnati, OH 45203 (population, 317,361)
GPS: N 39.1098 W 84.5360 Google map
Scanner: CSX 160.230 , 161.100 ; Railham 147.060
Railroad: CSX Louisville Div, Cincinnati Terminal Sub, Queensgate Yard
Description: Located in the Museum District of Cincinnati, OH, CUT is the former Grand Dame of Passenger Rail
Stations. Its beautiful Art Deco architecture, now completely restored to former glory is the centerpiece of Restored
downtown Cincinnati. The Cincinnati Railroad Club maintains Tower A in the terminal with a great view of the CSX
tracks and Queensgate intermodal facility just west of CUT.
Approximate # trains per 24 hours: 50-60
Nearby RR stuff: Glendale, OH about 12 miles north on I-75 is a more traditional railfan location.
Other interesting or fun stuff: All that Urban Cincinnati has to offer.
Photo opportunities: Photos of Queeensgate Classification yard to the west, and telephoto shots of the RR bridge
over the Ohio River.
Gregariousness quotient: Medium to High
Local breakfast: Tuckers Restaurant, 1637 Vine St (N 39.11423, W 84.51628)
Best choice for lodging: As CUT is located in the heart of downtown, the nearby hotels are high class and
expensive. Better rates can be found on the North side of Cincinnati near I-275.
“An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind.” - Mahatma Gandhi
Cincinnati Union Terminal; Google image <Clik on Thumbnail to enlarge>
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