Quoit Club | Richmond Railway Museum


The Hull Street Station was built in 1915 and operated until 1957 when Southern Railway donated the building to the Old Dominion Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society in 1982 and the Richmond Railroad Museum was established. A Railway Express car was moved to the property 1987 and was used as “the museum” until the Chapter was able to fund the station building rehabilitation. The Old Dominion Chapter contracted major building renovations in 2009 and reopened the Museum in the station building in November 2011.


To purchase tickets click here.

Driving Directions:
Located in downtown Richmond at the south end of the 14th Street (Mayo) bridge. From I-95 in all directions: Exit #73 for Maury Street. At the light bear right on Maury Street, go two blocks, turn left on 2nd Street. Proceed three blocks to Hull Street. Turn right. Museum on the right.

Parking Directions:
Free parking within fence on site, please enter lot from Decatur Street.
Honor Box Paid Parking near Art Works and Plant Zero, entrance off Hull Street.

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