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LEBANON, Ohio (AP) — City officials in Lebanon (LEB'-uh-nun) are keeping the southwest Ohio community's train from permanently pulling out of its station.
City council recently approved a new two-year deal for the Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad. The city owns five miles of track, and has agreed to keep up bridge inspections and maintenance, and has cut the train's lease amounts for the track and station bathrooms. The train will pay the city 50 cents each out of most passenger tickets, with the proceeds going to long-term track repairs.
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports (http://cin.ci/S94wM0 ) the train's future had become uncertain during talks on a new contract. Owner Cincinnati Railway Co. had discussed moving it to another city.
But city leaders wanted to keep it as another tourism draw for Lebanon's quaint, historic downtown.
Information from: The Cincinnati Enquirer, http://www.enquirer.com