Tamaqua Railroad Station
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!