The Age of Steam Roundhouse in Sugarcreek is again offering public tours on Saturdays.
The guided tours are being conducted between May 6 and Oct. 28. Participants must wear proper shoes that cover their entire feet and sign a liability release.
Children under age 10 are not allowed and it is recommended that participants wear old clothes.
The AOS said in a notice posted on its website that the roundhouse was never intended to be open to the public.
“But the public was curious, and their requests to come inside and look around were so great that [owner] Jerry [Jacobson] wanted to share his wonderful old trains with others who also love old trains,” the notice said.
The roundhouse has 18 stalls that house its collection of 19 steam locomotives ranging in size from 0-4-0 saddle tank engines to larger 2-8-4 and 4-8-4 locomotives.
The collection also includes old freight cars, passenger cars and diesels.