|Location||102 Hull Street, Richmond, Virginia, United States|
Hull Street Station
|Part of||Manchester Industrial Historic District (#00000886)|
|Designated CP||August 2, 2000|
Hull Street Station was a railroad station in the city of Richmond, Virginia. It was built by the Southern Railway to replace Mill Street Station across the river in Richmond. The station, which had been closed, was damaged in several floods of the James River before Richmond's flood wall was completed in 1995. Since 2011, it has been the site of the Richmond Railroad Museum.
The station is owned by the Old Dominion Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society (NRHS) which operates the Richmond Railroad Museum at the site.
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