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C&O Historical Society
Address: P.O. Box 79, Clifton Forge, VIRGINIA, 24422 USA. Tel.: 540-862-2210 Toll Free:
This is the historical society for the former C&O Railway which is recognized as a perpetual access RR repository for access to donated C&O materials. To collect, conserve, restore, index, archive, and make available materials on the history of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway to as wide an audience as possible. To interpret the American railway experience through the Chesapeake & Ohio's historical experience, using data, photographs, drawings, publications, small artifacts, and full-size railroad rolling stock.
Hits: 4063 Ratings: 5.00 Votes: 3 Rate/Vote It Added: 24-Jun-2003

C&O Railway Heritage Center
Address: 705 Main St, Clifton Forge, VIRGINIA, 24422 USA. Tel.: 540-862-8653 Toll Free:
The Chesapeake and Ohio Historical Society is proud to offer The C&O Railway Heritage Center | Clifton Forge. This Center is a railway heritage museum, interpretive, educational, and visitor's center that tells the story of the C&O Railway: the people, the places, and the technology.
Hits: 84 Ratings: 10.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 20-Jun-2012

Crewe Railroad Museum
Address: US Highway 460, Crewe, VIRGINIA, 23930 USA. Tel.: 434-645-9860/9146 Toll Free:
Located in the heart of Crewe adjacent to the Norfolk Southern tracks. The museum features railroad memorabilia from the Norfolk & Western Railroad along with other railroads. The museum also has a diesel engine, coal car, two box cars and a caboose along with a variety of railroad equipment Diesel engine and caboose are open to the public. We are open five days a week and depend on volunteers and donations. Call for information and tours. Picnic tables located on premises.
Hits: 0 Ratings: 5.47 Votes: 17 Rate/Vote It Added: 21-Jan-2004

Danville Science Center
Address: 677 Craghead Street, Danville, VIRGINIA, 24541 USA. Tel.: (434) 791-5160 Toll Free:
The Danville Science Center occupies and preserves the historic 1899 Danville Train Station, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The building continues in operation as an active Amtrak station and science center. The station and one caboose are open to the public 363 days per year.
Hits: 1178 Ratings: 0 Votes: 0 Rate/Vote It Added: 8-Feb-2006

Eastern Shore Railway Museum
Address: 18468 Dunne Ave. PO Box 135, Parksley, VIRGINIA, 23421 USA. Tel.: 757-665-5927,757-665-4618 Toll Free:
Founded in 1988, the Museum is open daily year round except Wednesday (November thru March), Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day. Hours are from 10:00 am to 4 pm Mondays through Saturdays and from 1 to 4 pm on Sundays. The museum is housed in a train depot and features railroad memorabilia, including a model train exhibit and antique railroad cars. There is an 1890's maintenance tool shed full of tools and other railway artifacts. Picnic tables and a pavilion are available for family reunions.
Hits: 2709 Ratings: 5.85 Votes: 7 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

Fairfax Station Railroad Museum
Address: P.O. Box 7, Fairfax Station, VIRGINIA, 22039 USA. Tel.: (703) 425-9225 Toll Free:
The museum houses Civil War, Red Cross, and historic railroading memorabilia along with a variety of artifacts found in and around the old station. In more recent years, many donors have added to the historic items in the museum. The Fairfax Station Museum is located at 11200 Fairfax Station Road, Fairfax Station, Virginia, in the Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC, approximately 20 miles west of the Nation's Capital.
Hits: 3417 Ratings: 4.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 26-Nov-2002

Fort Eustis transportation museum
Address: 300 Washington Blvd., Ft. Eustis, VIRGINIA, 23604 USA. Tel.: 757-878-1115 Toll Free:
Transportation Museum is devoted entirely to the history of U.S. Army transportation.
Hits: 844 Ratings: 9.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 25-Jan-2010

O. Winston Link Museum
Address: 101 Shenandoah Avenue, NE, Roanoke, VIRGINIA, 24016 USA. Tel.: 540-982-5465 Toll Free:
Experience America's steam locomotive era through O. Winston Link's acclaimed photography of 1950s life along the Norfolk & Western Railway. Galleries are located in the restored N&W Passenger Station, designed by Raymond Loewy. Featuring interactive exhibits and train viewing areas. More than 250 prints of Link's dramatic steam railroad photography on display. Gift shop features Link estate prints, posters, and a box set of Link sound recordings.
Hits: 2046 Ratings: 2.58 Votes: 74 Rate/Vote It Added: 5-Oct-2004

Old Dominion Railway Museum
Address: 102 Hull St., PO Box 8583, Richmond, VIRGINIA, 23226 USA. Tel.: (804) 233-6237 Toll Free:
A Project of the Old Dominion Chapter, NRHS. The Old Dominion Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society (NRHS), chartered in 1957, is a non-profit, volunteer-based, educational organization dedicated to the preservation of past, present, and future railroading in Central Virginia. The Chapter owns a number of historic passenger coaches and engines for preservation and for use on excursion train rides. The museum is located at 102 Hull Street, next to the former Southern Railway passenger station at First and Hull Streets in South Richmond in an express car donated by the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad Company. It is open to the public on Saturdays from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM and Sundays from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
Hits: 5570 Ratings: 3.50 Votes: 2 Rate/Vote It Added: 3-Dec-2002

Railway Workers Museum
Address: 1700 Main St., Fredericksburg, VA, VIRGINIA, 22408 USA. Tel.: 301-653-7983 Toll Free:
Open Saturday mornings from 9AM to Noon, the museum houses papers, tools, equipment and other items used by railroads and their workers in the past two centuries. Housed in a restored 1927 Pennsylvania RR baggage car of the Railway Express Agency and two modern era cabooses of the RF&P and the N&W railways, visitors may take a leisurely self guided tour or a docent led tour. When weather conditions permit a restored maintenance of way train (open air) will provide the visitors with a chance to experience the way track workers of the early 20th century traveled to the work-site.
Hits: 159 Ratings: 10.00 Votes: 1 Rate/Vote It Added: 26-Jan-2014


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