Norfolk & Southern Railway Historical Society

Listing of Existing Norfolk Southern Railroad/Railway (and Related Lines) Structures

**Please note that some of these links go to the Piedmont & Western Railroad Club's NC Railroad Station Photo page and we kindly thank them for allowing us to do so.

North Carolina

Beaufort County
Belhaven, frame combination station, 101 W. Main Street
Belhaven, (Albemarle & Pantego) frame inn, 134 Water Street

Chocowinity (Marsden), brick station/yard office, NC 33 overpass, courtesy of David Younts
Chocowinity (Marsden), crew quarters, 1150 Frederick Road
Chocowinity (Marsden), frame station
Washington, hotel/station (Jamesville & Washington), 627 W. Main Street

Camden County
Camden, bridge tender's cabin, 200 yards w. of US 158 at Pasquotank River

Carteret County
Beaufort, frame passenger station, 620 Broad Street, courtesy of Rick Tufts
Morehead City, frame passenger station, US 70
Morehead City, frame freight station, US 70

Newport, frame station, heavily reconstructed.

Chowan County
Edenton, frame passenger station (Suffolk & Carolina Railroad), 300 E. King Street
This building is thought to be the passenger depot built ca. 1902 by the Suffolk & Carolina Railroad; it was moved to current location between 1910 and 1920.

Craven County - Please note that New Bern is one of two places that has NS "street running" down on Hancock Street.
Cove City, brick combination station, N. Main Street
Ernul, NC, good seamed metal roof with new chimney
Havelock, frame freight station (Atlantic & East Carolina), Miller Boulevard - Sun Journal article on its recent move.
New Bern, brick New Bern Union Station, Queen Street at Hancock
New Bern, brick shop building, (Atlantic & North Carolina), 100 yards north of New
Bern Union Station
New Bern, brick freight warehouse (Atlantic & East Carolina), 900-903 N. Craven Street
New Bern, frame freight station, behind 1104 N. Craven Street
New Bern, frame bridge cabin, Neuse River (railroad) Bridge
New Bern, frame bridge cabin, Trent River (railroad) Bridge

Cumberland County - Fayetteville is the second place that has street running down on Hillsboro Street.
Fayetteville, brick yard office, Hay Street at east end of Rankin Street *Built by the Southern after 1974, unfortunately now demolished.

Greene County
Appie, frame combination station, 100 yards west of Appie Road, south of the tracks
*Unfortunately damaged and demolished by tornado
Glenfield Crossroads, frame combination station (Kinston & Snow Hill depot), west side of NC 58
Walstonburg, frame combination station, west of NC 91 at tracks (waiting room chopped off)

Harnett County
Duncan, frame combination station, 12638 NC 42
Lillington, frame combination station, east of US 401, behind ABC store

Lee County
Colon, brick freight station, Colon Road at tracks
Colon, waybill/telephone booth, behind Colon station

Lenoir County
Kinston, brick freight station (Atlantic & North Carolina), Queen Street at tracks Now demolished. "The dilapidated freight depot at Queen and Blount Streets, now owned by the City of Kinston, is being demolished by Charles Hughes Construction to make way for a straightened track. This will enable airplane parts to be manufactured by Spirit AeroSystems to be safely transported by rail from Kinston to Morehead City for shipment to France. A portion of the demolished building is being saved for later construction." April 20th, 2009

Montgomery County
Candor, frame combination station, NC 212 trackside
Mount Gilead, frame combination station, west of Troy Road (part of textile mill)
Star, frame combination station and division offices, trackside, east of US 220-A

Moore County
Aberdeen, offices (Aberdeen & Asheboro), 115 W. Main Street
Aberdeen, Aberdeen Union Station, 100 E. Main Street
Jackson Springs, frame combination station, south side of NC 73, courtesy of Rick Tufts
Pinehurst, frame freight station (Aberdeen & Asheboro), east side of NC 5
Robbins, brick combination station, trackside at NC 705 crossing
West End, frame combination station, Auman Orchard, north of West End on NC 73

Pamlico County
Grantsboro, frame combination station, Old Bayboro Road
Oriental, frame combination station, along river southeast of NC 55 bridge
Vandemere, brick and frame combination station (Washington & Vandemere), south side of NC 307

Pasquotank County
Elizabeth City, brick passenger station, US 17 bypass
Elizabeth City, metal office (has train order signal and bell from canal bridge), 1500
Lexington Drive

Randolph County
Seagrove, frame combination station (Asheboro & Montgomery), moved to 127 E. Main St, Seagrove in 2019, restored and is now a museum for the town

Stanly County
Oakboro, (newly reconstructed) The Oakboro Historic Foundation and Town are requesting any donations that can help with the construction costs and most importantly Norfolk Southern Railroad/Railway railroad memorabilia, items, pictures that can be donated for display and use by the Museum. Contact for donations is Robert Harvey, Town Administrator, Town of Oakboro, 704-485-3351.

Wake County
Fuquay-Varina, frame combination station (Durham & Southern, but used by Norfolk
Southern passenger trains), Broad Street

Fuquay-Varina, frame freight station, Woodrow Street
Knightdale, station, antique store - Private Party – moved between Knightdale and Auburn
Knightdale, frame sectionmaster's house, along tracks paralleling First Avenue
Raleigh, Raleigh Union Station, Dawson Street at W. Martin Street
Raleigh, Norfolk Southern headquarters building, 2000 Yonkers Rd - Designed by Architect Leif Valand 1961
Raleigh, brick freight station, 518 W. Jones Street
Raleigh, engine house, Glenwood Yard, 1500 Carson Street
Raleigh, carman's building, Glenwood Yard, 1500 Carson Street
Raleigh, yard office, Glenwood Yard, 1500 Carson Street
Wendell station, Private Party located behind residence at 2900 Wendell Blvd
Zebulon, station, now Precious Children's Depot 801 Mack Todd Rd - Part of Heritage Baptist Church campus

Washington County
Plymouth, brick union passenger station, 612 Washington Street

Wayne County
Goldsboro, brick union passenger station, Carolina Street at W. Walnut Street

Wilson County
Wilson, brick passenger station, southeast corner of Barnes Street and Douglas Street
Wilson, frame freight station, Douglas Street south of passenger station


Carolina Junction, tower staffed by VGN/N&W operators
Coleman Place, tower staffed by NS operators
South Norfolk, tower staffed by VGN/N&W operators
Tidewater Junction, tower staffed by NS operators
Virginia Beach, Cape Henry combination station, located on Fort Story Army based, built in 1902, is in use as Fort Story's Education Center - Slides scanned in from Dave Burnette.
Norfolk, Monticello Arcade in downtown Norfolk, once included a Norfolk Southern Electric Division ticket office