Earlier this year, the Ohio tourist railroad announced it had to suspend service due to roadbed erosion. Courtesy Photo.
Cuyahoga Valley to Resume Operations May 5
By Railfan & Railroad Staff
Ohio’s Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad will resume regular excursion service on May 5, the tourist road announced recently. In March, the railroad was forced to suspend all service due to roadbed erosion at various locations along the 26-mile route through the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
But since then some work has been completed and now they’ll be able to run trains between Akron and Peninsuala. It’ll be the first time in nearly a year the railroad has been able to offer excursions out of Akron. Tickets went on sale on April 7.