Logan County Transportation Museum

Named after General Benjamin Logan, Logan County in Ohio was established in 1817. Due to its prosperous history, the county opened the Logan County History Center and eventually formed the Logan County Transportation Museum that shows the timeline of Logan County’s transportation history starting with its first settlers to the present day. The Transportation Museum includes five bays that are reminiscent of the Big Four and New York Central Railroad Roundhouse that operated in Bellefontaine, making it an important railroad town.