North Alabama Railroad Museum

North Alabama Railroad Museum
ALCO S-2 at the museum.
Location Chase, Alabama

34°47′00″N 86°32′46″W / 34.7832°N 86.5461°W / 34.7832; -86.5461

Type railway museum

The North Alabama Railroad Museum, Inc. is a railway museum in Chase, Alabama. The museum, incorporated in 1966, is owned and operated by the North Alabama Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society. The museum has a collection of rolling stock, a small train station, and a small heritage railroad called the Mercury and Chase Railroad between April and December. The mission of the NARM is to "preserve railroad history in North Alabama and South Central Tennessee." It is run entirely by its 100-plus volunteers. The museum is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays and offers free admission.[1]

See also


External links

  • Museum website
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