Cincinnati Limited

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The Cincinnati Limited was a named train of the Pennsylvania Railroad; the train traveled from New York City's Pennsylvania Station to the Cincinnati Union Terminal. In earlier years (1940s) it ran from New York City to St. Louis. It was a rival to New York Central's Ohio State Limited. The Cincinnati Limited carried connecting Sleeping cars to the Louisville and Nashville Railroad's Cincinnati to New Orleans Pan American.[1] The train was sustained into the era of the Penn Central, the successor of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Both the Cincinnati Limited and the Pan American ended service on April 30, 1971, as passenger trains moved over to Amtrak.


  1. ^ Glenn Woodle (2007-02-19). "Re: L&N Passenger Car Decals". Archived from the original on 2007-09-28. Retrieved 2008-08-06.

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