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

Ride the rails!

 

Excursion Trips:
FALL TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE!


RICHMOND FLOODWALL TOURS
are conducted on the second Sunday of each month, weather permitting. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.


Check out our historic train travel program that compares rail passenger service in 1956 with today's Amtrak routes and service. Just click the ticket window above.

The Richmond Railroad Museum is operated by the Old Dominion Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society, and is housed in the restored historic Southern Railway Station in Richmond. The museum contains many interesting exhibits relating to Virginia's history, including authentic fixtures and furnishings, a gift shop, and a gallery devoted exclusively to Richmond's largest HO scale model railroad. On view on the grounds are a real steam locomotive, baggage car and caboose, along with track cars, signals and other railroad artifacts. Tours are conducted by knowledgeable hosts.

ALLOW ONE HOUR FOR A FULL VISIT AND GUIDED TOUR OF OUR
AIR CONDITIONED FACILITY.

(Please see Directions page for admission fee schecule)

We are a 501[C]3 non-profit organization which relies on the support of our visitors. Persons wishing more information on supporting the museum, may contact us at rrminfo@odcnrhs.org, or you can donate through PAYPAL by using the convenient button below:

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MUSEUM ARCHIVES

The museum houses an archival library containing thousands of historic photographs and documents pertaining the Southern, Norfolk and Western and other railroads important to the history of railroading in Virginia. This resource is available, only by special appointment. Here is a small sample of the historic Southern Railway photos we have available.


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