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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

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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Maryland - Sudlersville Train Station
Sudlersville, MD - The historic Sudlersville Train Station was purchased in 1987 and restored by the Sudlersville Community Betterment Club (SCBC). This Club was established in 1916 by members of the Town of Sudlersville, Maryland, who were interested in preserving the heritage of the Town and sought to improve the quality of life for its citizens. Today, the station is a museum displaying artifacts of the Town of Sudlersville and surrounding area, railroad history and memorabilia of a notable former resident, National Baseball Hall of Fame's, Jimmie Foxx
Info: URL: http://www.sudlersvillemuseum.org/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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Maryland - The Bowie Railroad Museum
Bowie, MD - The Bowie Tower is the home of the National Railroad Historical Society’s Martin O’Rourke Railroad Research Library.

The Bowie Railroad Museum complex and the O’Rourke Library are open to the public according to the hours listed below and for groups of 10 or more by appointment. The station is accessible for people with disabilities. Admission is free; donations are welcomed.

Info: URL: http://www.cityofbowie.org/293/Bowie-Railroad-Museum (Added: 27-Feb-2008)
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Massachusetts - Chatham Railroad Museum
Chatham, MA - The Chatham Railroad Museum is located in the beautifully restored 1887 railroad depot that served Chatham residents and visitors for nearly fifty years. Featuring an architectural style called Railroad Gothic, the building contains hundreds of exhibits and the New York Central model locomotives used at the 1939 New York World’s Fair. The museum is child friendly and includes a 1910 restored wood caboose available for children and adults to explore.

The museum is open from mid-June to mid-September

Info: URL: http://www.chathamrailroadmuseum.com/ (Added: 30-Oct-2016)
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Massachusetts - Friends of Bedford Depot Park
Bedford, MA - Friends of Bedford Depot Park was incorporated in January 1995 as a non-profit (501-C-3) organization. It now has over 250 members throughout the country. The group is: Helping the Town establish Bedford Depot Park at the Minuteman Bikeway terminus; Restoring vintage Boston & Maine Railroad Rail Diesel Car #6211 for static display and Researching and preserving the history of the narrow-gauge Billerica & Bedford Railroad and the B&M's former Lexington and Reformatory Branches.
Info: URL: http://www.bedforddepot.org/ (Added: 10-Feb-2001)
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Massachusetts - Railroad Stations in Massachusetts
Railroad Stations in Massachusetts is a site devoted to the history, location, and uses of railroad depots,whether still standing or long gone, throughout the thirteen counties of Massachusetts
Info: URL: http://www.lightlink.com/sglap3/massachusetts/ (Added: 18-Aug-2000)
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Massachusetts - Steaming Tender Restaurant
Palmer, MA - 19th Century Train Station, Authentically restored. 1915 Porter Locomotive & Tender and a 1909 Copper Cladd Passenger Car on Display. Located at New Englands Top Train Enthusiest Location with 20-30 trains passing daily.
Info: URL: http://steamingtender.com/ (Added: 2-Oct-2006)
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Michigan - Durand Union Station and Michigan Railroad History Museum
Durand, MI - Durand Union Station and Michigan Railroad History Museum. For a first-hand look at railroading of yesterday and today, Durand Union Station is an interesting and exciting place to visit.
Info: URL: http://www.durandstation.org/ (Added: 14-Mar-1999)
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Michigan - Flushing Area Historical Society
Flushing, MI - The Flushing Depot was built in 1888 and provided passenger service until 1971. In 1975 it was converted to the "Depot Restaurant," but in 1980 a fire gutted the building leaving only the outside walls standing. In February 1984 the former owners donated the remains of the building to the Flushing Area Historical Society. Under the leadership of Paul Wightman, fund raisers, private donations and grants from the Community Development Block Grants and Michigan Equity Funds provided money for restoration. The Depot was restored to its former appearance and opened as the Flushing Area Museum and Cultural Center on June 7, 1997.

Flushing Historical Society Endowment Trust. In 2000, the Flushing Area Historical Society established an Irrevocable Endowment Trust to continue improving the museum and educational programs. The Historical Society Board of Directors implemented the Flushing Historical Society Endowment Trust.

Our Mission... "To collect, acquire, preserve and interpret the history and cultural development of the area in and around Flushing, Michigan. The Historical Society shall maintain the historical integrity of the Flushing Depot and operate the facility as a museum and cultural center, using exhibits, publications and educational programs as the focus of its activities; as a repository for archival materials, a conduit for research of local history and genealogy, and provide educational materials and information about America's past."

Info: URL: http://flushinghistorical.org/index.html (Added: 13-Nov-2016)
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Michigan - Greenfield Village Railroad Junction
Dearborn, MI - Greenfield Village Railroad Junction. Come inside the great history of railroading, an unforgettable display of America’s early industrial muscle. Our operating steam-powered rail line and an 1800s small-town train depot take you inside the great history of railroading and let you investigate the only working late 19th century roundhouse in the Midwest. Discover the mighty role railroads played in the progress of America's cross-continental expansion.

Greenfield Village is a vast outdoor museum spread across more than 80 acres, a place where America's past feels like right now. Located in Dearborn, just outside of Detroit, Michigan; there are 83 authentic historic structures, from the lab where Thomas Edison gave the world light to the workshop where the Wright Brothers gave us wings and the building where Abraham Lincoln practiced law. Visit the home where Noah Webster wrote the first American dictionary and the farmhouse where Henry Ford grew up.

Info: URL: https://www.thehenryford.org/visit/greenfield-village/districts/railroad-junction/ (Added: 16-Dec-2016)
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