Watch a short video documenting the history of the Hull Street Station, home of the Richmond Railroad Museum. Click Here

Ride the rails!


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Relive passenger train travel in the 1950's.

View the museum's virtual train schedule database from the year 1956. Click the image above.

On July 18th, from 1-5 PM, the Richmond Railroad Museum will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Hull Street Station. There will be a grand celebration including live music, telegraph demonstrations, period costumes and refreshments. The public is welcome.

In the fall of 2011 the Old Dominion Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society moved from its former location in a Railway Express car to its restored Southern railway passenger station on the same site. The new facility now includes a stationmaster's office, the freight room where the chapter's donated artifacts and exhibits are displayed, a gift shop, and a room for a layout by a model railroad club. On view outside are a steam saddle locomotive, baggage car and caboose. Free tours are given by knowledgeable hosts. The museum focuses on railroad companies which served central Virginia and their impact on Richmond and its citizens.

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