The Sandhill Central Railroad Club shares space with the Union Station Railroad Museum in the Aberdeen Union Station Railroad Depot.
The Union Station Railroad Museum in Aberdeen seeks to preserve the Union Station Depot and to preserve and exhibit artifacts and memorabilia collected from the community, the Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad Company, and other railroad enterprises that passed through Union Station or operated in the surrounding region.
Built circa 1900, Union Station features Victorian architecture and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The station was designed by T.B. Creel. The museum features railroad exhibits and artifacts from the Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad and one of only two inspection cars left in the U.S. A renovated caboose sits on tracks nearby. Located on the corner of Main Street and Sycamore Street.
The Museum is open by appointment only, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. weekdays. Please contact Bob Martin at (910) 757-0161 or Chuck Zuhone at (910) 215-0012 for an appointment.
We are located in the Aberdeen Union Train Depot, 100 E. Main St, Aberdeen, NC 28315.