Princeton Railroad Museum
*Photo from http://www.cityofprinceton.org/MUSEUM.rev.htm
At the Princeton Railroad Museum, you'll discover the colorful and dynamic heritage of railroading, the industry that built our nation. You'll find vibrant railroad art, fascinating exhibits and a remarkable array of railroad artifacts that tell the story of the men and women who worked on the railroad.
- Devoted to preserving and interpreting the broad impact of railroad development on society, the Museum:
- Displays over 100 railroad lanterns from the Ken Coleman collection.
- Pursues an aggressive restoration program of artifacts.
- Houses exhibits of railroad material relating to both the Virginian and the Norfolk & Western rail lines.
- Recognizes that railroad history is alive and continues being made in this millennium.
The Museum is a replica of Princeton's Virginian Railway Station which was built in 1909 and demolished in 1979.
99 Mercer Street
Princeton, WV 24740