You’ll Never Forget A Visit To These 9 Historic Railroad Towns In Alabama

There’s no denying that Alabama has a great history, including its railroad history. In Alabama, railroads have been operating since 1832. Today, there’s less rail activity throughout the state than there was 100+ years ago. However, there are several train depots located throughout the state that allow us to learn what railroad life was like during Alabama’s railroad days.

Listed below are nine historic railroad towns in Alabama. Their depots are a must visit for all train enthusiasts.

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For a unique dining experience, check out our previous article: This Train Restaurant In Alabama Will Make You Feel Like A Kid Again. It’s a must visit for train enthusiasts of all ages.