Rail Road Station Museum
The Breakwater & Frankford Railroad arrived in Selbyville in 1872. To the North, beyond Stations in Frankford, Dagsboro, Millsboro, Stockley, the railroad connected at Georgetown with the Breakwater Junction Railroad. That railroad was completed in 1868 and connected to the port Town of Lewes with the railroad that had been built down the center of Delmarva.
The Breakwater and Frankford was later extended southward from Selbyville to its southern terminus at Franklin City on the shores of Chincoteague Bay.
The Railroad Station was remodeled in year 2004 to become a Museum.
The Grand opening for the Museum and ribbon cutting was held Sat. June 18, 2005, in conjunction with “Old Timers Days”.
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The Museum will be open upon request, on weekdays from 10:00AM, for non-profit organizations, schools, churches or any other group that has an interest in seeing the various Railroad and Town memorabilia displayed.
Opening times are subject to change so please call ahead before coming to the museum. You may call the Town Hall at (302) 436-8314 on weekdays from 8:00AM until 4:30PM, to confirm the opening times. You may reach the Museum directly at (302) 436-2042 on weekend days that the Railroad Museum is open.
Volunteers are needed to man the facility on weekends and anyone interested should contact Virginia Pepper, Museum Curator at (302) 436-8314 any weekday from 8:00AM to 4:30PM.