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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

Oregon - Depot Park and DeWitt Museum
Prairie City, OR - The DeWitt Museum The Sumpter Valley Railway (SVRy) was chartered in 1890 in Baker City and completed in 1910. The SVRy Passenger Station, commonly known as the Prairie City Depot, was constructed in 1910. It is a two story building of balloon frames construction, cruciform in plan, measuring 60 x 32 feet. The building has shiplap siding, jerkin headed cross-axial gable roofs, and bracketed, wraparound canopies which shelter the ground level doors of the east and west wings which contained freight storage and a passenger waiting room respectively.

The Depot was nominated into the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 and restored throught the efforts of Mrs. Babs Brainard and the Sumpter Valley Depot Restoration Committee. The museum moved into the building in 1983.

In 1984, the City of Prairie city assumed management of the depot building from Grant county and moved the DeWitt Museum collections to a permanent home in the depot.

The goal of the Depot Museum is to house Oregon's most significant collection of narrow gauge railroad artifacts and historic documents.

Info: URL: http://www.prairiecityoregon.com/prairie-city-oregon-dewitt-museum.html (Added: 2-Nov-2016)
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Pennsylvania - Catawissa Historical Train Station
Columbia County, PA - Restored Cabooses, Catawissa Historical Train Station
Info: URL: http://www.caboosenut.com/ (Added: 13-Jun-2000)
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Pennsylvania - Existing Pennsylvania Railroad Stations
Existing Pennsylvania Railroad Stations by Dan West. dedicated to existing railroad stations in the state of Pennsylvania. Your help as a railroad historian has been and will continue to be essential to the life of this page. This is a sister site of my Ohio Railroad Stations Past & Present site. The stations listed in the database are organized by county
Info: URL: http://www.west2k.com/pa.htm (Added: 12-Jun-2000)
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Pennsylvania - Harris Tower
Harrisburg, PA - In 1992, Harris Interlocking Tower was acquired by the Chapter from Amtrak. Since then, it has been completely restored to its appearance in 1945 and all facets of the interlocking machine, model board and communications equipment have been made operable so that the tower can be enjoyed by visitors. Many hours of member's time and many dollars of chapter funds have been expended to make this a true museum piece to showcase this unique technology. Visit
Info: URL: http://harristower.org/ (Added: 27-Oct-2016)
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Pennsylvania - Newton Square Railroad Museum
Newtown Square, PA - The freight station is the last vestige of the Newtown Square branch of the P.R.R. freight and passenger line that once rumbled 9.2 miles through the township to Philadelphia.

To make room for the Winding Way by-pass road, the station was moved to its new home on the Drexel Lodge site on West Chester Pike. The Newtown Square Historical Preservation Society was pleased to have the opportunity to move and save this valuable piece of history. The Historical Society will start a complete restoration on May 11, 2000. They plan to use it as a railroad museum, preserving a piece of our history for future generations. In 2006 it was transferred to the Newtown Square Penn Railroad Museum Association.

Info: URL: http://www.newtownsquare-railroadmuseum.org/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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Pennsylvania - Portage Station Museum
Portage, PA - The Portage Station Museum is located at the corner of Lee and Washington Streets. This station was built in 1926 and served until 1954 for the Pennsylvania Railroad. The first floor was the ticket office and waiting room and the second floor was for freight. Passengers would exit the building, walk under the concrete arch next to the museum, and climb up a stairway located in the middle of the arch. The stairs would put them at an outdoor waiting area located between the railroad tracks, allowing them to board westbound or eastbound trains. This is clearly depicted by the photograph at the top of the HO scale model of the Portage Railroad. The station currently houses the Portage Area Historical Society.
Info: URL: http://www.portagepa.us/images/buildings/station_museum_train_depot.htm (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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Pennsylvania - Station Square
Pittsburgh, Pa - Right on the riverfront, right in the heart of the city, historic Station Square has it all. With over eighteen restaurants, including the landmark Grand Concourse Restaurant and Gandy Dancer Saloon Station Square offers a wide variety of cuisines. The shops at Station Square also offers more than 50 unique boutiques and specialty stores. Best views from Bessemer Court and the Riverwalk, from a deluxe guest room at the Sheraton Hotel, and from one of the Gateway Clipper Fleet’s cruise ships. All aboard, Station Square is Pittsburgh’s place to play!
Info: URL: http://www.stationsquare.com (Added: 17-Apr-2000)
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Pennsylvania, Ligonier - Ligonier Valley Rail Road Museum
Ligonier, PA - The Ligonier Valley Rail Road Museum is located 3 miles west of Ligonier, Pennsylvania and is housed in an original Ligonier Valley Rail Road station that was built around 1896. The Ligonier Valley Rail Road Association acquired the property in 2005 Darlington Station 1934 and raised funding to restore the station. The project took about 2 ˝ years and it was opened as the Ligonier Valley Rail Road Museum on May 21, 2010. The photo on the left shows the station in 1935. Darlington Station 2008The photo on the right shows the station as it is today as the Ligonier valley Rail road Museum.

The mission of the museum is to preserve the history of the Ligonier Valley Rail Road. The Railroad was founded by Judge Thomas Mellon and began passenger operation on December 1, 1877 and during the course of its 75 years of operation it carried 9 million passengers and hauled 32 million tons of freight. The last run occurred on August 31, 1952.

The Museum collection includes over 3,000 items. The Museum itself houses a variety of items including lanterns, locks and keys, PRR and B&O dinnerware, and a wall map of the right of way of the LVRR. We also have a small HO gauge model RR as well as videos relating to the LVRR and other railroads.

Info: URL: http://www.lvrra.org/ (Added: 5-Mar-2014)
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Railroad Station Historical Society
Historical data on railroad and electric railway passenger and freight depots, interlocking towers, roundhouses, shop buildings, and other structures throughout North America.
Info: URL: http://www.rrshs.org/ (Added: 24-Mar-2015)
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South Carolina - Lancaster and Chester Railroad Museum
Lancaster, SC - Once upon an occasion, a trip to the Springs Recreation Park would allow for a ride on the only miniature steam driven railway in the world. On any given weekend, the Lancaster and Chester crew could be found operating the Lilliputian Branch of the railroad. In those days, the branch consisted of three locomotives, four passenger cars, two flat cars, and a caboose. There was more than one mile of rail with a turntable, a round house, a station, two sidetracks, a water tank and a tunnel. Thousands of children visited the park annually to ride the train. A portion of this train is already on display at the L&C Museum with the remaining portion undergoing renovations.

The highlight of the museum is a scale model replica of the original 29-mile route of the L&C. The railroad enthusiasts have taken on the responsibility of making exact replicas of every building and facility on the route, plus shrubs, trees and bodies of water.

Info: URL: http://www.landcrailroad.com/museum.html (Added: 4-Nov-2016)
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