Pine Hill Depot Museum

Located in Wilcox County | What you’ll find: Museum

The railroad started running through Pine Hill, AL in 1888. Pine Hill’s original depot was destroyed in 1896 when a train jumped track and crashed into the building. A new depot was built in 1905 at a cost of $2096. This depot was used until 1989 when taken out of service. At that time, Norfolk Southern made it and a caboose available to the Town of Pine Hill. The depot and caboose were moved to their present site. In 1997, the Town of Pine Hill received an ISTEA Grant of $105,000 administered by the Alabama Department of Transportation for renovation of the depot, which was completed in 1999. The depot is now used as a museum to preserve the history of Pine Hill and surrounding communities.

517 Oak Grove Street, Pine Hill, AL 36769

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