Tamaqua Railroad Station

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It's no longer an operating railroad station, but Tamaqua is still one of the most popular landmarks in this small city. This Victorian structure started out in 1874 as a stop on the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad and became a major hub in the coal mining area of Pennsylvania. Closed down in 1961, the Tamaqua Save Our Station Society acquired the building and land, turning it into a museum, visitor center, and restaurant. This stop is a must for history buffs and train enthusiasts!