CONTINUE YOUR TOUR OF THE
RAILROAD GALLERY

AT THE
MUSEUM OF YESTERDAY
www.museumofyesterday.org
 
The railroad gallery contains many articles from our own Railroad Equipment Collection, as well as photos from a number of railroad facilities that exist in Virginia and other places of interest. Be sure to click on animation links below to see video and hear the sounds of trains in operation.
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THE RICHMOND RAILROAD MUSEUM

The Richmond Railroad Museum is operated by the Old Dominion Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society
VISIT THE MUSEUM'S OFFICIAL WEB SITE - CLICK HERE

 

 
Web Cam at Roanoke, Virginia Rail Center (Click image above to view camera)

 


Click here to listen to railroad radio communications from Chesterfield, VA.
       

THE SUFFOLK RAILROAD MUSEUM
At Suffolk Virginia

 

 

Amtrak Station at Hammond, Louisiana.
Click on photo above to see a brief video of Amtrak's Chicago bound
"City Of New Orleans" train arriving at the station


Above: The depot at Fredericksburg, VA.

 

Williamsburg, VA. Transportation Center

 

THE BUCKINGHAM BRANCH RAILROAD HEADQUARTERS AT DILLWYN, VIRGINIA

 

THE VIRGINIA TRANSPORTATION MUSEUM AT ROANOKE, VA.

 

 

 

THE CASS STEAM RAILROAD, CASS, WEST VIRGINIA

 

Ride the historic Cass Railroad at Cass, West Virginia. Click the photo above

 

 

Historic station at Orange, VA.

 

 

ASHLAND STATION, Ashland, VA.
View videos of trains passing Ashland Station
AMTRAK North-Bound
CSX Railway Inter modal South-Bound

 

 

Train yard at Squash-A-Penny Junction, Doswell, Virginia

(Click the photo to see train on main line at Doswell Crossing)

 

 

 

VIEWS OF THE OLD RAILROAD STATION AND CABOOSE AT FARMVILLE, VA.

 

Above: One of a few remaining WIG-WAG signals left in the United States, This one was located at grade crossing in Westwego, LA.
Below: The old Southern Pacific station at Gretna, Louisiana

 

Scenes from the NRHS-ODC Hallsboro Yard Open House 9-11-2010 at Hallsboro, VA.

Click on the photo of the engine below to see a movie of it in motion. You must have Quick Time loaded to view the file.

 

SCENES FROM EXCURSION TRAIN TO BLUEFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA, NOVEMBER 2011

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