• Bourbon Train: Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad

  • General discussion related to all railroad clubs, museums, tourist and scenic lines. Generally this covers museums with static displays, museums that operate excursions, scenic lines that have museums, and so on. Check out the Tourist Railway Association (TRAIN) for more information.
General discussion related to all railroad clubs, museums, tourist and scenic lines. Generally this covers museums with static displays, museums that operate excursions, scenic lines that have museums, and so on. Check out the Tourist Railway Association (TRAIN) for more information.

Moderators: Miketherailfan, rob216

  by Jeff Smith
 
https://www.soapboxmedia.com/features/L ... -Ride.aspx

Bring a designated driver, or use Uber, please!
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This excursion doesn’t take place in the Land of Bourbon, Kentucky, but departs from the quaint Ohio town of Lebanon, best known as the home of The Golden Lamb Inn. It’s also the headquarters of the Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad, a historic train that operates on 16 miles of track between, well, Lebanon, Mason, and Monroe, of course.


The Bourbon Train is a slow, rolling ride through the southern Ohio countryside from Lebanon Station to a place called Hageman Junction, where a hundred or so years ago, two rail lines intersected.


While those lines still carry some freight today hauled by the Indiana & Ohio railroad, they mainly ferry leisure excursions like the Bourbon Train, a trip that, while still in its infancy, has been almost instantly popular.
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  by CarterB
 
Some how Indiana bourbon made in Kansas doesn't quite sound like Makers Mark or Old Granddad. Mixed with all those syrupy things too!!!