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National Railroad Museum

120 E Spring St, Hamlet, NC 28345-2845
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Another RR Buff's worthwhile time

Small but well developed RR private non-profit museum with many historic artifacts. Limited open... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
chfd1dj
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Chapel Hill, North Carolina
A good collection, in need of a little work.

The museum was suggested to us while visiting the depot. We had passed it earlier, only to find it... read more

Reviewed February 9, 2018
Shapley_Hunter
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Thebes, Illinois
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2 weeks ago
“Another RR Buff's worthwhile time”
Feb 8, 2018
“A good collection, in need of a little work.”
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120 E Spring St, Hamlet, NC 28345-2845
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Small but well developed RR private non-profit museum with many historic artifacts. Limited open times so call ahead.

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Reviewed February 9, 2018

The museum was suggested to us while visiting the depot. We had passed it earlier, only to find it locked, but decided to give it another try. The second time around, we found it open for business. There is a large number of railroad artifacts...More

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Reviewed May 4, 2017

Drove from Durham on a Sunday afternoon. They were closed, as was most of the rest of the town. The address given is nothing but a store front. Looks like all they have is some memorabilia and stuff. No rolling stock in evidence. The name...More

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Reviewed February 1, 2017

Take a ride to Hamlet to tour both railroad museums. The National Railroad is excellent with lot's of history and railroad artifacts. Folks are very friendly and helpful. Take some time to explore this museum.

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Reviewed March 6, 2016

Any train lover needs to visit here! They show the history of The Seaboard Airline Rail Road, thru the current CSXT operation. The staff are volunteers and know the facts! Go spend a few hours in the history of the area and the RR that...More

1  Thank fyrfyghter73
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Reviewed December 16, 2015

Very neat place to check out. You can take your own self guided tour but someone is available and willing to answer any questions. Just like the depot, there is no rush and your free to take your time and take it all in. There's...More

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