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Historic Huntsville Depot


category : Railroad History
Climb on locomotives, examine Civil War graffiti, and listen as robotic ticket agents tell about working for railroad. Exciting hands-on programs available. Home of Rocket City BBQ Cook-Off and Whistle Stop Festival. The Huntsville Depot was used as a Union hospital, prison and as quarters for both black and white Union soldiers, who left graffiti on the third floor walls.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open Mar.-Dec.: W-Sat. 10-4
Address: 320 Church St.

Phone: 256-564-8100
Fax: 256-564-8151
Our Website:www.earlyworks.com

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