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Railroad Links Directory: Top : Stations and Depots : United States : Page 10

Stations and Depots : United States

Railroad stations, depots and structures in the United States. Many of these are museums or tourist railways, a few are still in revenue service, others are businesses. Most, but not all, are open to the public in some manner.

There are 188 links in this category

Minnesota - Wadena Depot
Wadena, MN - Partners 501 (C) ( 3) nonprofit corporation was established in May of 2000 to assist with the implementation of the city-wide strategic vision and eight priority projects. Most recently the Partners have taken on the Restoration and Reuse of the former Northern Pacific Passenger Depot as its primary objective which includes organizing Heritage and Cultural Tourism programming for the area.
Info: URL: http://thedepotwadena.org/index.html (Added: 13-Nov-2016)
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Mississippi - Canton Historic Train Depot and Museum
Canton, MS - Experience the Railway Heritage of Central Mississippi!

The Railroad Comes to Canton! The Depot was built in 1890 and in 1926 the north and south buildings were added. The Illinois Central Railroad Company owned and maintained the depot until 1991 when it was purchased by the Canton Redevelopment Authority.

The restoration was completed in June, 1999. The museum reflects the history of Madison County and how the "iron horse" affected social and economic growth and development, particularly the area in and around Canton.

The Depot Museum celebrates that segment of history in Canton and Madison County which continues to attract railroad and history enthusiasts from all walks of life. From the Mississippi Central and the Great Northern to the Illinois Central, Amtrack, and now Canadian owned Illinois Central, Canton continues to be on the mainline of mid-America.

Info: URL: http://cantontourism.com/trains.html (Added: 4-Nov-2016)
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Mississippi - McComb City Railroad Depot Museum
McComb, MS - Visit one of the South's best preserved collections of railroad history in downtown McComb, MS! Train enthusiasts call the McComb Railroad Museum the best rail museum south of Chicago.

Whether you explore the unparalleled collection of more than 1,500 cataloged artifacts inside or marvel at the painstakingly restored steam locomotive and growing collection of rolling stock outside, you are in for a treat!

Info: URL: http://www.mcrrmuseum.com/ (Added: 3-Nov-2016)
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Mississippi - Water Valley Casey Jones Railroad Museum
Water Valley, MS - The Water Valley Lions Club is preserving the city's rich railroad history by restoring the Water Valley Depot and providing a place for the Water Valley Casey Jones Railroad Museum.
Info: URL: http://www.caseyjonesmuseum.com/ (Added: 22-Jul-2000)
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Missouri - Independence Chicago & Alton Depot
Independence, MO - 1879 Historical Wonder. Believed to be the only completely restored two story train depot in Missouri, the Chicago & Alton Depot was built in 1879.

In 1996, the Depot was moved from its original location in spectaular fashion, being lifted from its original foundation and paraded down the street in front of hundreds of spectators and news media, to its current location on West Pacific Ave. From 1992 to 2002 members of the community worked hard to bring the decaying historical wonder back to life.

The two-story depot contains three rooms on the first floor which are the waiting room, stationmaster's room, and baggage room. On the second floor, four rooms, which were formerly the stationmaster's residence, are the kitchen, dining room, bedroom, and the parlor. An additional bedroom and storage room have been converted to an artifacts room. The entire Depot is furnished to appear as it did in the late 1800’s.

Info: URL: http://www.chicagoaltondepot1879.com/ (Added: 2-Dec-2016)
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Missouri - Kansas City Union Station
Kansas City, MO - Built in 1914, Union Station served as an important link in cross-continental travel during the glory days of rail traffic. During it's peak, more than 75,000 trains per year stopped at Union Station. North America's second largest train station, it is now home to the new Science City.
Info: URL: http://www.unionstation.org/ (Added: 29-Apr-2002)
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Missouri - St. Louis Union Station
St. Louis, MO - St. Louis Union Station, once the largest and busiest passenger rail terminal in the world, is now one of America's great marketplaces. Today, this 106 year old National Historic Landmark of unmatched beauty and elegance has been dramatically restored and redeveloped as a dynamic mixed-use project that includes great shopping, delicious dining and fabulous entertainment.

St. Louis Union Station houses a 539 room Hyatt Regency Hotel, a 10-screen movie theater, luxury offices, a lake, four active train tracks and a plaza for festivals, concerts and other special events.

Info: URL: http://www.stlouisunionstation.com (Added: 29-Apr-2002)
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Montana - Historical Museum at Fort Missoula Drummond Depot
Missoula, MT - Drummond Depot 1910
Constructed in 1910, by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St.Paul and Pacific Railroad Company, this “Milwaukee Road” depot served the town of Drummond, about 60 miles southeast of Missoula. The depot was moved to the Fort in 1982 after the railroad closed its Montana operations. It has been restored with assistance from the Missoula Model Railroad Club. An exhibit inside the depot, including the John Barrows Memorial Ticket Office, interprets the history of railroad transportation in western Montana.

Info: URL: http://www.fortmissoulamuseum.org/index.php (Added: 2-Dec-2016)
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Montana - Historical Museum at Fort Missoula Drummond Depot
Missoula, MT - Drummond Depot 1910
Constructed in 1910, by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St.Paul and Pacific Railroad Company, this “Milwaukee Road” depot served the town of Drummond, about 60 miles southeast of Missoula. The depot was moved to the Fort in 1982 after the railroad closed its Montana operations. It has been restored with assistance from the Missoula Model Railroad Club. An exhibit inside the depot, including the John Barrows Memorial Ticket Office, interprets the history of railroad transportation in western Montana.

Engine No.7 1931
Engine No. 7 is a rare, Shay-type locomotive originally used by the Western Lumber Company of Milltown, Montana. It was later featured in the locally produced movie, “Timberjack”. It was donated to the museum by Champion International Inc. in 1989.

Trolley Barn 2007
The Trolley Barn houses the Museum’s restored interurban streetcar that ran from Fort Missoula to Bonner from 1912 to 1932; a 1918 American-La France fire engine; and the Blackfoot Stagecoach.

Info: URL: http://www.fortmissoulamuseum.org/index.php (Added: 2-Dec-2016)
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Montana - Livingston Depot
Livingston, MT - The Historic Depot at Livingston was built in 1902 as the Norhtern Pacifics Railroad's original access to Yellowstone National Park. The majestic colonnade and ornate architectural details greeted travelers until 1979 when AMTRAK suspended passenger service to southern Montana. Burlington Northern, successor to Northern Pacific, used the building as office space until donating it to the City of Livingsotn in 1985.

Two years and $800,000 later, the restored depot opened as a museum operated by the Livingston Depot Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving this monument to Livingston's past. The Depot Center Museum operates from May to October, providing historic and cultural programs for the benefit of Park County residents and visitors form around the world. In the winter months, the Depot seves as a community cultural center, hosting such diverse events as concerts, banquets, holiday programs, and weddings.

Info: URL: http://www.livingstondepot.org/ (Added: 11-May-2002)
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