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Marlinton Railroad Depot

3rd Avenue, Marlinton, WV 24594ST
+1 304-799-4973
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A Beautiful Repurpose of an Old Rail Depot

We spent a few days in the Marlinton area and did a bit of a walkabout. While out, we were... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2017
BoilerMakerBob
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Greenwood, Indiana
Cute country town

Marlinton is a very cute little town along the river which is fun to play in. Many little history... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2017
Andiecb14
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Dunbar, West Virginia
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The C&O Railroad 1868-1873) linked Huntington with Richmond, VA opening up southern West Virginia to industrialization. The depot is over 100 years old and listed on the National Register of Historic Places and serves as Marlinton's Visitor's Center.
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  • Average45%
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15 Sep 2017
“A Beautiful Repurpose of an Old Rail Depot”
10 Jul 2017
“Cute country town”
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3rd Avenue, Marlinton, WV 24594ST
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+1 304-799-4973
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Reviewed 15 September 2017

We spent a few days in the Marlinton area and did a bit of a walkabout. While out, we were attracted to the bright yellow rail depot. Upon entering, we found an attractive, quaint curios shop filled with a variety of neat little collectables. We...More

Thank BoilerMakerBob
Reviewed 10 July 2017

Marlinton is a very cute little town along the river which is fun to play in. Many little history places to visit.

Thank Andiecb14
Reviewed 23 April 2017

We stopped by and found some local crafts. The assortment was amazing for such a small shop. The talent in Marlinton is a true gift to the community.

Thank Christi G
Reviewed 18 October 2016

We stopped at the depot and looked around. It was closed so we didn't get to go inside. It's really nice and clean on the outside. Wish we could have seen inside also.

Thank joanieb345
Reviewed 7 September 2015

Quaint railroad mountain town crossroads beside the Greenbrier River. Enjoy dining at the riverside restaurant which serves great fish. Enjoy watching wild ducks by the river while dining on the deck. Vintage town offers a good value-priced base when skiing at Snowshoe.

Thank No-Central
Reviewed 26 May 2014

Arriving later in the afternoon, we had great light for pictures. It was a short but sweet, self guide tour with pictures to be taken of a great example of a steam engine and caboose. Some interesting buildings and the ability to climb into the...More

Thank Mary K
Reviewed 27 April 2014

A community effort, rebuilding after a fire. Good for photos when we saw it, will be better when it's finished. The main building, a few yards of track, a couple of cars, all well done and worth the side trip from the main road (about...More

1  Thank wordie
Reviewed 18 August 2013

It is under construction and closed, but seems like it will be a really nice place to visit when completed.

Thank Shirley J
Reviewed 29 October 2012

We always stop there. The ladies were so charming and knowledgeable. The depot was perfectly renovated and we enjoyed it every time we went to Marlinton. Then the fire happened. So sad. But so hope progress is being made on its restoration again.

Thank leathajh
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