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Pennsylvania Station (Cincinnati)

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Location  U.S.
Closed  1933
Line(s)  Pennsylvania Railroad
Opened  1880
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Pennsylvania Station was a railroad station in Cincinnati, Ohio, that served the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR), for which it was named, and the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. Built in 1880, it stood at the corner of Pearl and Butler Streets just east of the L & N bridge. Pennsylvania Station was one of two stations in Downtown Cincinnati served by the PRR. The other was the Cincinnati, Lebanon and Northern Railway station on Court Street, after that line's acquisition by the PRR.

On April 2, 1933, all passenger service to Cincinnati was rerouted to Cincinnati Union Terminal, and Pennsylvania Station was abandoned.

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Pennsylvania Station (Cincinnati) Wikipedia


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