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Railroad Links Directory: Top : Stations and Depots : United States : Page 16

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 186 links in this category

Southwestern US - Railroad Stations of Route 66
Stations and structures both past and present along the Route 66 corridor.
Info: URL: http://www.wemweb.com/railroad-stations/ (Added: 5-Dec-2000)
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Southwestern US - Santa Fe Surviving Depots
These tables are intended to document, as well as possible, the current locations of surviving Santa Fe depots. Each entry is marked with a date to indicate when it was last reported at its "current location." Depot migration continues to this day, so the information presented here is necessarily incomplete.
Info: URL: http://atsf.railfan.net/depots/ (Added: 19-Aug-2000)
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Tennessee - Chattanooga Choo Choo
Chattanooga, TN - Welcome to one of the South's most renowned and unique landmarks. This 30-acre vacation and convention complex is located in the heart of Chattanooga and has something for everyone. The Choo Choo combines history and fun in a delightful blend that appeals to visitors of all ages.
Info: URL: http://www.choochoo.com (Added: 29-Apr-2002)
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Tennessee - Cowan Railroad Museum
Cowan, TN - The Cowan Railroad Museum represents the railroad that has been an integral part of the city since 1849 when construction began on boring a railroad tunnel through the mountain two miles southeast of town. The Cumberland Mountain Tunnel was finished in 1852 before the railroad actually made it to Cowan from Nashville. The town, the railroad and the tunnel still exist today. In support of that endeavor and later frequent trains through this region, a substantial frame depot was built in 1904, and that building is where the museum now houses its collection for your enjoyment.
Info: URL: http://cowanrailroadmuseum.org/ (Added: 4-Nov-2016)
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Tennessee - Lynnville Railroad Museum
Lynville, TN - Arriving in Lynnville, you’ll exit your car as if stepping out of a time machine into the early 20th century. Right across the street from the historic business district with its 19th century architecture and old fashioned street lamps is the beautifully landscaped reproduction of a turn-of-the-century depot. An antique truck is at the freight dock awaiting loading. Inside, a telegrapher sits at this post, keying a message to the station down the line. The conductor stands at the window, watch in hand, mindful of his schedule.

The depot displays an ever growing collection of railroad memorabilia. Almost everything, from track laying tools to old railroad watches, has been donated by local people with a special link to railroad history. An operating scale model railroad depicts Lynnville as it was in the 1930’s when the L & N moved passengers as well as freight.

Info: URL: http://www.lynnville.org/railroadmuseum.htm (Added: 3-Nov-2016)
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Tennessee - Memphis Central Station
Memphis, TN - Memphis Central Station, Home of the Memphis Railroad and Trolley Museum.

The Memphis Railroad & Trolley Museum is located at 545 South Main Street on the ground floor of the Central Station in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. The museum is dedicated to document the local history of Railroad and the Memphis Trolleys. The museum provides static exhibits as well as video documentation and model railroad dioramas.

Info: URL: http://mrtm.org/ (Added: 4-Nov-2016)
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Tennessee - Nashville, Chattanooga, and St.L Louis Depot
Jackson, TN - The Nashville, Chattanooga, and St.L Louis depot was built in 1907. The brick structure was designed to complement nearby Lancaster park with its beautiful gardens, mineral electro-chalybeate wells, baseball park and fairgrounds. The City of Jackson has restored the depot into a museum of local railroad history – a lasting tribute to the impact of railroads on the growth of Jackson and Madison County. The museum's collection includes photographs, artifacts, and related memorabilia associated with the G.M.&O. RR., I.C. RR., N.C. & St.L. RY. and their family trees. Also located on the grounds open for view are a 1947 F.E.C. Dining car and two cabooses. An elaborate working “HO” scale model railroad with over 500ft. of track and 4 trains running at once, built by the Jackson Area Model Railroaders Club depicts Jackson's rich railroad history and receives “rave reviews” from our visitors. Come and play the game "Can You Find" on the model railroad layout with over 40 items to find on the layout.
Info: URL: http://www.jacksonrecandparks.com/leagues/custom_page.cfm?clientid=3046&leagueid=0&pageid=1112 (Added: 3-Nov-2016)
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Texas - Brownwood Depot Civic and Cultural Center
Broonwood, TX - Historic Brownwood Santa Fe Depot and Fred Harvey House. Nestled in the lovely Texan town of Brownwood, The Depot Civic and Cultural Center provides a gorgeous historic venue that boasts as much character as it does beauty. Originally built in the early 20th century, this Santa Fe style Depot has been impeccably renovated to create elegant spaces that are ideal for weddings. The space’s expansive ballroom is a luminous space brimming with timeless sophistication and traditional Southern hospitality. Sky high ceilings, wood wall finishes, and exposed brick harken to the building’s past, adding a sense of historic charm to this one-of-a-kind space. Huge arch-shaped windows with bright white frames welcome in the natural light, illuminating the room and bringing out the warm color tones in the woods and paints.
Info: URL: http://brownwoodtexas.gov/Facilities/Facility/Details/Depot-Civic-amp-Cultural-Center-23 (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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Texas - La Grange M-K-T (Katy) Railroad Depot
La Grange, TX - La Grange Railroad Museum. The La Grange M-K-T (Katy) Railroad Depot is located at its original site adjacent to the tracks at the intersection of North Washington and Lafayette Streets. The building, which has waiting rooms, an office and a freight area, was completed in November 1897 by the Taylor, Bastrop and Houston Railway Company to replace the town’s first station, which burned in March of that year. The T,B&H was soon taken over by the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad. Passenger service continued until the 1950s and the depot received and dispatched freight as late as the 1970s.

Highlights of the museum exhibits include the original pot-belly stove, M-K-T safe, and stationmaster’s desk, in addition to numerous historic photographs and a gold-headed can presented to James Converse in 1880 in appreciation of his successful efforts to bring a railroad to La Grange. There also are hands-on exhibits for both adults and children. The museum opened on April 29, 2006.

Info: URL: http://www.lagrangetourism.com/History/History-Railroad-Museum.html (Added: 2-Dec-2016)
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Texas - New Braunfels Historic Railroad and Modelers Society
New Braunfels, TX - The New Braunfels Historic Railroad and Modelers Society (NBHRMS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of railroad artifacts and education. Our members have a diverse cross section of interests including railroad history, artifact collection, railfanning, and model railroading in all scales.

We have a variety of artifacts and photographs from the golden age of railroading on display. Many of them are directly related to past New Braunfels operations of the International & Great Northern, MOPAC, and MKT railroads. The museum is open to the public at NO CHARGE and all are welcome!

Right next to the museum, is one of the busiest North/South Union Pacific railroad tracks. Over 30 trains pass by each day. Many of these trains run between Canada and Mexico, so it is not unusual to see Canadian and Mexican locomotives. The San Antonio to Chicago AMTRAK passenger train passes by twice per day (Northbound in the morning and Southbound in the early evening).

Info: URL: http://newbraunfelsrailroadmuseum.org/public_html/ (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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