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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 186 links in this category

Indiana - Linden Depot Museum
Linden, IN - The Linden Railroad Museum is adjacent to the present-day Indianapolis-Chicago mainline of the CSX Railroad (formerly the Monon) and the abandoned and removed Norfolk Southern Railroad (formerly the Nickel Plate).

The depot, built in 1907, is the oldest intact junction depot in Indiana and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The depot has been restored to the 1950-era of railroading and is operated as a museum by the Linden-Madison Township Historical Society.

Info: URL: http://www.lindendepotmuseum.org/ (Added: 10-Jan-1999)
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Indiana - Salem Depot Museum
Salem, IN - New Albany & Salem Rail Road Exhibit at the John Hay Center - Salem, Indiana. A Division of The Washington County Historical Society

The stuff of dreams, now realized in one of the most modern, up-to-date railroad museums, The Depot transforms the great moments of a past era of Monon history into a reality to be remembered and enjoyed by countless visitors those who remember they were once kids, and those who have the spark of adventure and intrigue that says they still are.

Info: URL: http://salemdepot.com/index.asp (Added: 15-Nov-2016)
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Iowa - Clive Historical Society, Clive, Iowa
Clive, IA - Explore Clive's authentic caboose, Train Depot and Swanson General Store! Bring a picnic basket or shop at the many stores conveniently located on 86th Street. Several picnic tables are available in the shade of a walnut tree, along with free WiFi. Treat yourself to a coffee break or a mid-day work escape!
Info: URL: http://clivehistoricalsociety.org/ (Added: 19-May-2003)
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Iowa - Eldon Depot Museum
Eldon, IA - Restored Rock Island depot. Museum maintains a large collection of Rock Island artifacts.
Info: URL: http://www.eldondepotmuseum.org (Added: 2-Oct-2006)
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Kansas - Great Overland Station
Topeka, KS - To create within the former Union Pacific Railroad Station a museum/educational center which celebrates the railroad heritage of Topeka and the State of Kansas, while benefitting the community both as a tourist attraction and as a unique venue for a wide variety of activities.
Info: URL: http://www.greatoverlandstation.com (Added: 16-May-2001)
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Louisiana - Dequincy Railroad Museum & 1923 Kansas City Southern Depot
Dequincy, LA - Dequincy Railroad Museum & 1923 Kansas City Southern Depot

The DeQuincyRailroad Museum is a non-profit corporation established in 1974 whose mission is to acquire, preserve, and display railroad artifacts of a bygone era and to heighten public awareness of the role of the railroad industry in our area as well the region, state, and country. Housed in the 1923 Kansas City Southern Depot, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the museum has on display a large and varied collection of railroad memorabilia, including a restored 1913 steam locomotive, a 1947 passenger coach, and two vintage cabooses. Also on display are many model trains and an extensive collection of Gauge 1 model steam and diesel engines.

Because DeQuincy has always been a railroad town, railroading continues to play a major role in our economic, social, and civic lives. Consequently, many citizens of our community and surrounding area are interested in railroading and are collectors of railroad artifacts and memorabilia. The majority of these railroad buffs are retired railroad families who have generously donated their railroad collections and artifacts to the museum. The museum is housed in the 1923 Kansas City Southern Railroad Depot which has been exquisitely restored to its former grandeur. The depot is one of the most outstanding examples of the Mission Revival style of architecture in the South. The facility includes meeting rooms for public functions and may be rented for private events as well.

Info: URL: http://www.dequincyrailroadmuseum.com/ (Added: 13-Mar-2014)
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Maine - Oakfield Railroad Museum
Oakfield, ME - Our Museum is dedicated to the early years of Railroad Transportation. Besides seeing the historic wood frame station building, you can be intrigued by hundreds of photographs- some of which are over a century old. There are also vintage signs and advertising pieces, signal lanterns, original railroad maps, telegraph equipment, newspapers, a Hand Car and a Motor Car, restored mail carts, the C-66 caboose, and a weathervane that came from the top of the old water tower that was demolished in 1982. We even have a small scale model of our Railroad Station!
Info: URL: http://www.oakfieldmuseum.org/ (Added: 25-Feb-2001)
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Maryland - Ellicott City Station Museum
Ellicott City, MD - The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum: Ellicott City Station is the oldest surviving railroad station in America, and was the original terminus of the first 13 miles of commercial railroad in the country. The site features the Main Depot building, constructed in 1830-31; the freight house, designed by E. Francis Baldwin and built in 1885; a replica of the first horse-drawn passenger rail car, the Pioneer; and a 1927 "I-5" Caboose. Housed in the freight house is a 40-foot HO-gauge model train layout showing the original thirteen miles of commercial rail track stretching from Baltimore to Ellicott Mills. The operating layout features an introductory video and light show. Living historians tell the story of the development of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, the nation's first common carrier railroad, and its impact on Ellicott City between 1827 and 1868. Please note that there are no train rides at Ellicott City Station.
Info: URL: http://www.borail.org/Ellicott-City-Station.aspx (Added: 25-May-2003)
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Maryland - Friends of President Street Station
Baltimore, MD - The historic 1849 President Street Station, the oldest big city train station in America, has been restored in 1997 after a 15-year long battle to serve as the Baltimore Civil War Museum. The terminal of the old Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad was later absorbed into the Pennsylvania Railroad. Construction was supervised by Isaac Ridgway Trimble, later a Confederate major general who participated in the famed Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg. Longtime head of the line during the 1850s and 60s was President Samuel Morse Felton who notified detective Alan Pinkerton of the existence of an assasination plot against President Abraham Lincoln on his way to his inaguration in Washington in February 1861, causing Lincoln to re-route his trip and pass through Baltimore at night. Several months later the station was also the site of the "First Bloodshed of the Civil War" on Friday, April 19, 1861 as the 6th Massachusetts volunteer militia regiment accompanied by the 26th and 27th Pennsylvania regiments ("The Washington Brigade") were attacked while attempting to pass through to get to the Nation's Capital for its defense after the earlier firing on Fort Sumter and the subsequent call by the President for 75,000 volunteers to suppress the rebellion. The Baltimore Civil War Museum has displays and multi-media presentations regarding the railroad history, unique architecture of the station, as an Underground Railroad escape route and its Civil War heritage with the occupation of Baltimore and the state. It is on the National Register of Historic Places and is operated by the Maryland Historical Society (website: http://www.mdhs.org) and supported by the Friends of President Street Station, Inc. The PSS is also on the list of the Maryland Civil War Trails program. The site is located at 601 South President Street; Baltimore, MD
Info: URL: http://www.angelfire.com/biz/presidentststation/ (Added: 12-Jan-2004)
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Maryland - Marion Station Railroad Museum & Gift Shoppe
Marion, MD - Restored PRR Passenger Station The Marion Station was purchased in April of 1997 by John & Kathy Poulson with the sole intention of creating office space, with little regard for the heritage surrounding the railroads role in the economy of Marion. As they stripped away layers of changes made by previous owners, a new sense of reverence for what this building once stood for began to emerge. They soon became enthusiastic about restoring rather than renovating. The construction project soon became their personal archeological site, uncovering old bottles,PRR inkwells, rubber stamps, Railway Express Agency and Adams Express Money Order Signs, brass baggage tags, wax seal and numerous receipts, money orders, baggage tickets from as early as 1898
Info: URL: http://trainweb.com/marionstation/ (Added: 24-Sep-2000)
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