Cincinnati’s northern suburb of Glendale was established as Ohio’s first planned community in 1855 due to the development of the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railway (CH&D). Over 150 years later, an active railroad continues to run through the town, which has established a green space and benches near historical markers for visitors to watch the trains pass by. Keep an eye on the signal lights above the tracks. When the light changes from green to red, a train will soon be passing through the junction. The former station has also been converted into a museum, which shares a detailed history of the neighborhood along the rails.