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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

Washington - Northern Pacific Railway Museum
Yakima, WA - History: The old 1911 Northern Pacific Railway depot in Toppenish, Washington has been reopened as the Northern Pacific Railway Museum. This depot was closed in 1981 and was boarded up for nearly 10 years before the formation of the Yakima Valley Rail and Steam Museum Association (YVR&S) in 1989. The attempt is being made to recreate the ambience of the 1930 Northern Pacific Railroad. The depot has been restored to its early appearance and gives an opportunity for the visitor to view many aspects of early railroad transportation.
Info: URL: http://nprymuseum.org/index.html (Added: 10-Sep-2003)
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Washington - Tenino Depot Museum
Tenino, WA - The sandstone building housing the museum was built in 1914 as a Northern Pacific depot and was active until after WW II. On the main line between Seattle and Portland, eight or nine trains daily stopped here at the height of train travel. In 1965, NP sold it to the town and with the help of a Federal grant, it was moved ten blocks to a city park and converted to a museum.

The building was kept the same as much as possible and now houses the original press used to make the original wood money, along with old logging tools, old quarry tools, railroad memorabilia and many local artifacts, including a 1920s doctor's office.

Info: URL: http://teninodepotmuseum.org/ (Added: 07-Jan-1999)
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West Florida Railroad Museum
Milton, FL - The Museum occupies the L&N Milton combination freight and passenger depot that was built in 1907-09 on the site of the original 1882 P&A depot. The station was closed in 1973, bought by the Santa Rosa Historical Society, and partially restored with a 1976 Bicentennial grant. The Museum moved into the building in 1989 and completed the restoration. Its car displays include L&N Dining Car 2722, Globe Coffee House, a former Pullman sleeper car, renovated into L&N baggage-dormitory car 1652, L&N caboose 1148, Frisco caboose 1102, L&N box car 18050 and L&N flat car 21107. Outbuildings include a bridge tenders house from the Escambia Bay trestle and a section shed with motor car. The Museum houses a wide variety of memorabilia from the L&N, Frisco, and other railroads.

The Museum operates a gift shop in the restored main waiting rooms of the depot which stocks a variety of model railroad kits and supplies, primarily N and HO scale, and also a number of gift souvenir items. Model supplies which are not stocked can be special ordered with short delivery time if the items are available at suppliers. The gift shop carries several books on local railroad history.

Info: URL: http://www.wfrm.org/ (Added: 3-Nov-2016)
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West Virginia - Martinsburg Roundhouse
The Center includes 13 acres with three B&O Railroad shop buildings. The main attraction is the completely enclosed 1866 cast iron frame roundhouse. It is situated along 1,000 feet of the Tuscarora Creek. The B & O Railroad shops operated until 1988. This site was active early in the Civil War and was the site of the first National Labor Strike of 1877.
Info: URL: http://martinsburgroundhouse.com/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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West Virginia - Shepherdstown Station
Shepherdstown, WV - The train Shepherdstown station was built by the Norfolk & Western Railway and opened in 1908, replacing a smaller wooden station. In 1990 a movement to save and restore the station was started under the guidance of the Corporation of Shepherdstown and Mayor Audrey Egle. The community center in the former main waiting room of the station opened for limited public use in July 1997 while construction continued. Dr. Paul Davis opened his dental office in the former freight and baggage room in the north end of the station in the spring of 2001. A fully-licensed commercial kitchen was equipped in 2002. The station continues to be managed on behalf of the Corporation of Shepherdstown by The Station at Shepherdstown, Inc., which was formed as a non-profit corporation in 1992.
Info: URL: http://stationatshepherdstown.com/index.htm (Added: 15-Jul-2001)
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Wisconsin - Brodhead Historical Society
Brodhead, WI - Founded in 1975, the Brodhead Historical Society operates its museum in the former Milwaukee Road depot in downtown Brodhead. The museum is open to the public at no charge, May through September, on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, or by appointment for group tours.

The Brodhead Historical Society’s museum is housed in the restored Milwaukee Road depot, built in 1881. The depot is on the former Mineral Point branch of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad, or The Milwaukee Road. Donated to the city of Brodhead in 1978, the depot was leased to the Brodhead Historical Society in October, 1979, who restored it in the following years.

Our mission is to protect, preserve and promote the history of Brodhead; to operate our historic Depot Museum; to show Brodhead’s rich past through annual displays and permanent displays in the depot; and to add to our collection of artifacts from Brodhead’s past.

Info: URL: http://www.brodheadhistory.org/ (Added: 17-Nov-2016)
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Wisconsin - Heritage Historical Village Railroad Depot
New London, WI - The Train Depot at the historical village is the former passenger train depot for the C&NW railroad which was located on East Beacon Avenue. The depot was built in 1923, replacing the original station that dated from the 1870's. In 1905, eight passenger trains per day called at New London. Trains with names such as 'The Flambeau', 'The Twin Cities Express', and 'The Fox River Express' took travelers to cities such as Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, and Ashland.

The last passenger and mail trains came through New London in 1954. Freight trains continued to use the depot until 1982 when the railroad closed the agency. The depot stood empty for several years but was moved to its current location in 1987.

Inside the Depot - The village's Chicago and North Western depot contains displays of railroad artifacts and memorabilia.

View the collection of railroad equipment that includes a diesel engine, boxcar, and two cabooses. Shown to the left and below are a few examples of the museum's exhibits.

Info: URL: http://www.historicalvillage.org/depot.html (Added: 27-Nov-2016)
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Wyoming - Cheyenne Depot Museum (former UPRR)
Cheyenne, WY - Former Union Pacific Railroad depot in central Cheyenne, Wyoming. "The most beautiful railroad station between Omaha, NE and Sacramento ,CA"
Info: URL: http://www.cheyennedepotmuseum.org/ (Added: 1-Dec-2004)
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