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Wally Road Scenic Byway
Wally Road Scenic Byway

Typical barn, circa 1882

The scenic beauty of the forested hilltops, deep ravines, wetlands and rich soil bottom lands of the Mohican and Walhonding valleys was restricted to a few river travelers and remote villages before the Toledo, Walhonding Valley and Ohio Railroad (the "Wally") opened a 45-mile connecting route from Coshocton to Loudonville in 1892. This route was considered one of the most scenic train rides in Ohio. The railroad ceased operations in 1942, but part of the route lives on as the Wally Road byway. 

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