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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

Nebraska - Durham Museum at Omaha Union Station
Omaha, NE - Beautiful architecture blends with memories of a time gone by at The Durham Museum. Making its home in one of Omaha's most unique treasures, Union Station, The Durham Museum offers a fascinating look at the history of the region and offers a broad-range of traveling exhibits covering subjects ranging from history and culture, to science, industry and more through our affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution and strong ties with the Library of Congress, National Archives and the Field Museum.

Union Station opened its doors to the public on January 15, 1931, as one of the finest of Art Deco architecture in the United States. This magnificent facility served millions of rail travelers and was well-known for its “modern” amenities and lavish style.

Today, Union Station serves as the home of The Durham Museum, and its grandeur has not diminished with time. In fact, this building shines brighter than ever and continues to welcome visitors from around the globe.

The entire museum team is dedicated to enhancing our offerings and providing our guests with a unique experience each time you visit. From our permanent exhibits highlighting the history of Omaha and its surrounding regions, to impressive traveling exhibitions from our national partners such as the Smithsonian Institution, the National Archives, the Library of Congress and the Field Museum, there is truly something for everyone. Every day we strive to meet and exceed your expectations.

Info: URL: http://www.durhammuseum.org/ (Added: 2-Dec-2016)
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Nebraska - Fairbury Rock Island Railroad Depot Museum
Fairbury, NE - The two-story Rock Island Railroad Depot is a historic stop that's sure to impress. The Rock Island Railroad Depot is one of two remaining brick Rock Island Railroad Depots in Nebraska and is the largest depot still in existence between Chicago and Denver.

Of the 36 Rock Island Depots built in Nebraska, the Fairbury Depot is the only one that has been restored to it's historical integrity. Fairbury's Depot, which housed the Western Division Headquarters of the Rock Island Railroad, is now a Rock Island Railroad museum.

It houses Rock Island Railroad artifacts and displays memorabilla donated by former railroad employees and their families. When you visit the Fairbury Rock Island Railroad Depot, you'll see the restored main lobby, ticket office, lounges, and baggage areas. A large model train display is sure to delight visitors of all ages.

Info: URL: http://fairbury.com/pages/history/depot.html (Added: 20-Nov-2016)
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New Hampshire - Ashland Railroad Station Museum
Ashland, NH - Victorian railroad station now a railroad history museum. Restored and renovated in 1997-98. Opened as a museum in 1999. One of best preserved late 19th century railroad stations in NH and houses a growing collection of railroad artifacts, pictures, and documents. Built c. 1869 as a passenger station by the Boston, Concord & Montreal RR. Renovated 1891 by Concord, Montreal RR - used as RR station until 1959 when passenger service ended. Purchased by Joseph Curley, whose widow Vera donated it to Society in 1980. On National Register.
Info: URL: http://www.aannh.org/heritage/grafton/ashland.php (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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New Hampshire - Railroad Stations in New Hampshire
Railroad Stations in New Hampshire is a site devoted to the history, location, and uses of railroad depots, whether still standing or long gone, throughout the ten counties of New Hampshire.
Info: URL: http://www.lightlink.com/sglap3/newhampshire/ (Added: 18-Aug-2000)
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New Jersey - Maywood Station Museum
Maywood, NJ - The Maywood Station Historical Committee (MSHC) division of the New York, Susquehanna & Western Technical & Historical Society operates the Maywood Station Museum and is chartered as a tax-exempt, 501(c)3 non-profit, educational and historical organization with a mission to preserve our railroad and cultural heritage through restoration and preservation, historical awareness, archiving and interpretation, museum open houses, meetings and special events.

To date, over 22,000 volunteer hours have been spent by MSHC members restoring Maywood Station and transforming it into a museum as well as the restoration and preservation work on Caboose 24542 and NYS&W S-2 #206. The membership of the MSHC currently meet at the station twice a month. New members are always welcome and it is not a requirement to be a resident of Maywood for membership.

Info: URL: http://www.maywoodstation.com/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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New Jersey - NYS&W Railroad Station - Restoration and Preservation
Hawthorne, NJ - Station is a two-room, one-story, street-level wooden structure with brown and cream paint. Formerly the station served as a ticket office for the commuter train stop (offered until 1966) and freight depot building. Structure has been sitting on this corner for almost 110 years!
Info: URL: http://hawthornestation.info/ (Added: 17-Sep-2008)
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New Mexico - Belen Harvey House Museum
The Belen Harvey House Museum is proud to bring you three collections under one roof!

Our museum houses the following collections:

The History of Belen & Valencia County
The History of Railroad in New Mexico
The History of the Fred Harvey Company

These collections are interwoven to create a delightful visit to early 1900’s Belen! See the uniforms and dorm setting of a Harvey Girl, view the interior of an old beauty shop, and revisit the old days of railroad travel.

Additionally, our branch of the Belen Public Library offers a wide selection of Southwestern history and information.

Stroll through the halls of the Harvey House and remember a time where a good meal and great service brought people together!

Info: URL: http://www.belen-nm.gov/belen-harvey-house-museum.aspx (Added: 2-Dec-2016)
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New York - Buffalo Central Terminal
Heralded as one of the premier examples of railroad art deco architecture when it was built in 1929, the New York Central's Buffalo Central Terminal is an imposing and majestic building. In 1967 the New York Central RR and the Pennsylvania RR merged, forming the Penn-Central system, the terminal's second owner. Amtrak took over the majority of the inter-city passenger service in the United States in 1971 and used Central Terminal as its Buffalo terminus until October 28, 1979 when the terminal was abandoned. At the end of August 1997 the Central Terminal Restoration Corporation took possession of this grand old edifice with the primary focus on restoration and preservation of this landmark site.
Info: URL: http://terminal.buffalonet.org/ (Added: 18-Aug-2000)
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New York - Buffalo Central Terminal Restoration Corporation
Buffalo, NY - It is the hopes of everyone involved in Central Terminal that the building will be restored to its former glory. However funding is the biggest factor in any restoration work. First and foremost on the restoration agenda is sealing and stabilization. The building has been fenced and sealed to keep out weather, vandals, and other intruders. Asbestos removal has been completed inside the main hall. The CTRC recently repaired the flat roofs of the building, and fixed drainage pipes inside to prevent the pooling of rain and snow inside the building. The domed roofs of the concourse are the next item on the list to be repaired - which includes removing the cement tiles on the roofs, repairing the roofs, and replacing the cement tiles. Once the building is completely sealed from the elements and intruders, restoration work inside the building can be considered. The reported estimated cost of complete restoration is in the area of 56 million dollars.
Info: URL: http://buffalocentralterminal.org/ (Added: 30-Jan-2004)
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New York - Buffalo Rochester & Pittsburgh Depot Orchard Park, NY
Orchard Park, NY - The Orchard Park railroad depot at Highland Avenue and South Lincoln Street is not your average small town railroad station. Built in 1911 by the Buffalo, Rochester Pittsburgh Railway, it was uncommonly substantial thanks to the railway president, Harry Yates, who lived in the village of Orchard Park. The depot is an exact replica a stone H.H. Richardson depot in Auburndale, Massachusetts. The only difference is the Orchard Park depot is made of "Tapestry Brick".

Restoration to date is about 90% complete, and is open to the public during the summer every Saturday from 9am - 1pm until Labor Day. Many village civic organizations also use the depot as the center for their functions. Events such as the Orchard Park Garden Club Sale, Christmas in the Park, Business Functions and the annual Ice Cream Social, give the public a chance to enjoy a little railroad heritage and for the Society to show off their work and equipment.

In addition to restoring the passenger depot to its 1911 as built stature, the Freight House has become the site for the Societies Museum Store and Archive Center. This will provide the public access to the extensive historical collection holdings of the Society. Climate control and fire protection will ensure safe, long term storage of rapidly aging railroad related artifacts and documents.

Info: URL: http://www.trainweb.org/wnyrhs/opdepotFrame1Source1.htm (Added: 18-Nov-2016)
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