South Carolina Railroad Museum

110 Industrial Park RD

Winnsboro, SC 29180

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Phone: (803) 635-4242

City: Winnsboro

Region: Midlands

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South Carolina Railroad Museum

The South Carolina Railroad Museum features a walk through display train featuring the 100 year old Norfolk business car, a Southern Post Office car, Nickle Plate caboose and static display cars. Tours and 10-mile round-trip train rides are offered on open days.

The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit www.scrm.org for the current schedule, ticket information and upcoming special events or charter information.

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