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Date Night

Kenneth McNulty
Departs: 7 p.m., Friday November 08 | $25-$30

 Join the LM&M railroad for a fun filled night geared towards that special someone in your life, friends and family are welcome as well. Take a train ride from historic Lebanon to the Brazenhead Irish pub in Mason for dinner. After spending a wonderful evening at dinner you can relax on a train ride back to Lebanon. This takes place the second Friday of the months listed.



Where: Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad
Phone: 513-933-8022
Address: 127 S. Mechanic Road
Website: http//:lebanonrr.com

Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad

127 S. Mechanic Road
Lebanon, Ohio
45036
 
Offers an hour-long train ride through the beautiful rolling countryside of Southwest Ohio. Themed rides include Thomas the Tank Engine for kids and a murder mystery for adults. All themes are relatively kid-friendly.
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