Up Next in Our Rail Yard
Friends, patrons, and members –
In compliance with the Governor’s executive order to limit the spread of Coronavirus, or COVID-19, the North Carolina Railway Museum (NCRM), which is home to New Hope Valley Railway, remains closed to the public through September 11, 2020, pending further announcements from government and public health officials regarding restrictions or re-opening.
We are resuming our Operate-a-Loco (OAL) experience on August 8, 2020, because only our engineer and the participant are involved in this service. We may consider adding additional OAL experiences in August. For more information, please visit our OAL page.
Here are the safety measures we will implement once our rail yard is open and train rides resume.
NCRM runs on a lot of things—most of which is fueled by our wonderful volunteers that are passionate about sharing and educating individuals on the history and experience of Railroads and how they shaped North Carolina and the world. Our individual volunteers donate their time and energy to our organization so the museum can continue to preserve, operate, educate and share the history of trains with others. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us complete future projects when our volunteers are able to resume work or just to help pay the bills while we’re closed. Visit our Donation page to make a contribution. Thank you!
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The New Hope Valley Railway is the Triangle’s Train, offering excursion rides on vintage equipment at the North Carolina Railway Museum. The North Carolina Railway Museum is a private, educational, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to preserving and sharing North Carolina’s railroad history. The open-air museum features displays of historic railroad equipment and artifacts, a large garden railroad, memorabilia, and a gift shop.
Year the organization was chartered.
Miles of track for an hour ride out & back.