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Total railroad museums in NORTH_CAROLINA: 5 Displaying 10 museums per page.
National Railroad Museum and Hall of Fame, Inc.
Address: 2 Main Street, Hamlet, NORTH_CAROLINA, 28345 USA. Tel.: N/A Toll Free:
The National Railroad Museum and Hall of Fame, Inc. was officially opened in 1976. It is located in the old Seaboard Air Line Railway's depot at the crossing of SAL predecessors. Of the original eight diamonds, only one remains. The purpose of the museum is to create that time when railroads were the main source of long distance travel and passenger train service was at its zenith. Only by recapturing this past can we truly realize how far we've come since that time. In fact, at a time when artifacts of earlier eras should be treasured and preserved, we see them fast disappearing in our quest for more technological advances. It is more important ever to become aware of our beginnings so we can better understand the present and chart more surely our future course.
Hits: 5510 Ratings: 3.33 Votes: 3 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002

North Carolina Railroad Museum
Address: PO Box 40, New Hill, NORTH_CAROLINA, 27562 USA. Tel.: (919)-362-5416 Toll Free:
The equipment on display at the museum is available for viewing during normal daylight hours, however the museum is only staffed on Work Days, Train Ride Days, and Group Ride Days. We are working on a self-guided tour for the convenience of those wishing to visit the museum on unstaffed days. The Museum Gift Shop is open on Sundays during scheduled public ride days and special events. Purchases of all items sold help to support the restoration and education programs of the museum. Have you ever wanted to drive an engine? This is your opportunity! See our website for more details.
Hits: 6210 Ratings: 3.85 Votes: 7 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

North Carolina Transportation Museum
Address: P. O. Box 165, Spencer, NORTH_CAROLINA, 28159 USA. Tel.: (704) 636-2889 Toll Free:
The North Carolina Transportation Museum is located on the site of what was once Southern Railway Company's largest steam locomotive repair facility. The site contains an authentic train depot, antique automobiles, and a 37 stall roundhouse that includes 25 locomotives and other exhibit areas. The museum offers seasonal train rides, guided tours, and special events scheduled throughout the year.
Hits: 5776 Ratings: 6.87 Votes: 22 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002

Smoky Mountain Trains
Address: 100 Greenlee Street, box 2390, Bryson City, NORTH_CAROLINA, 28713 USA. Tel.: 828-488-5200 Toll Free: 866-914-5200
One of top 10 Lionel train museums in US, featuring over 7,000 Lionel locomotives and cars - Operating layout 24 x 45 feet with over 450 locos and cars operating, real 5' waterfall, 60 scratch-built buildings, 11 bridges, 7 tunnels - magnificant !!
Hits: 3115 Ratings: 4.60 Votes: 5 Rate/Vote It Added: 19-Feb-2004

Wilmington Railroad Museum
Address: 501 Nutt St., Wilmington, NORTH_CAROLINA, 28401 USA. Tel.: 910-763-2634 Toll Free:
Dedicated to preserving the history of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and the history of railroading in the southeastern United States. Our collection includes: A 1910 Baldwin steam engine known as the ACL #250, A Seaboard Coastline Railroad caboose, A Richmond, Fredricksburg & Potomac Railroad box car. Also, we have all kinds of equipment and gear used by railroad workers which span well over a century. The museum is located in historic downtown Wilmington at 501 Nutt Street.
Hits: 3165 Ratings: 6.14 Votes: 7 Rate/Vote It Added: 27-Nov-2002

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