Queensgate is a neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Queensgate was the center of Cincinnati's pork packing industry.
Queensgate is a neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio. It sits in the same valley as Downtown Cincinnati and has been dominated by industrial and commercial warehouses for most of its history. Cincinnati's nickname of "Porkopolis" started here with hog slaughtering in the early 19th century. Queensgate is home of the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. From 1884 until 1970 the Cincinnati Reds played baseball at Crosley Field, which was located at the intersection of Findlay and Western Streets in Queensgate.
Coordinates: 39°6′N 84°32′W / 39.100°N 84.533°W