On our season finale, we take a look at different institutions and programs in Columbus that take care of those in need. Watch at 8:30pm Thursday, May 16 on WOSU TV!
A viewer asks why Columbus is the largest city in the nation without scheduled passenger rail service. Photos/film courtesy of: Columbus Metropolitan Library, Ohio History Connection
People of various ages and backgrounds are drawn trackside, where they gather to watch trains speeding along the mainline. Photos: Brandon Townley, Stu Nicholson, Ian Worthington
A railroad roundhouse in Sugarcreek, Ohio, pays homage to what’s considered the golden age of railroading. Architectural historian Jeff Darbee explores in this edition of Driving with Darbee.
We visit a railway roundhouse and join the Ohio Valley Railroad Club. Plus, Curious Cbus answers the question, “Why is Columbus the largest city in the nation without scheduled railroad passenger service?”