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Built in 1911, the Philippi B&O Railroad Station is a mission style building in Philippi, West Virginia. It was used as a train station until the railway stopped its services to the town in 1956. Afterwards, the building was used as a workshop by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.

In 1979, the city of Philippi purchased the building. It was then turned as the home of the Barbour County Historical Museum, which opened in 1985. It currently houses a wide variety of historical memorabilia, including Civil War pieces and other antiques.

The Philippi B&O Railroad Station was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. It is now open for public tours. To learn more about their schedule, you can call their hotline.
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