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Fairfax Station Railroad Museum [VA]

The Fairfax Station Railroad Museum is located in the old Fairfax Station, which played a vital role during the transportation of Union Troops during the Civil War. The station is notable for the humanitarian efforts that took place there during the second Battle of Manassas headed by Clara Barton. In addition to chronicling Clara Barton's humanitarian efforts, the museum also is home to a caboose, which visitors can tour.

The museum offers exhibits and tours regarding the Civil War and early railroad technology. The museum also offers model train exhibits and periodic tours of local Civil War sites. The website offers basic visitor information.

 
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