About the museum

Located at: 
298 Magnolia St.
Spartanburg, SC 29306

The Hub City Railroad Museum is located in the former Southern Railways Depot. It showcases history of Spartanburg's railroads and two major industries, textiles and peaches. Come and visit the Hub City Railroad Museum, a project of the Greenville Chapter, National Railway Historical Society. The museum showcases the important railroad history of this Hub City of the upstate -Spartanburg, SC. The history of the area from summertime peaches, to textile mills, to the railroad car shops is woven together with the history of Spartanburg. See how the Southern Railway, Clinchfield, C&WC, Piedmont & Northern, Glenn Springs, Pacolet Mill railroad and streetcars served the Hub City. Housed in the former Southern Railway Depot, the museum affords great views of both Norfolk Southern's Crescent Line as well as CSX's former Clinchfield line and Belton Sub Division. Railfans are always welcomed. Admission is free, but donations are gladly accepted.