Fayetteville NC Museum of Transportation and History

The Museum of Transportation and History is a small local museum, located inside the former railroad terminal. Here are some photos from a visit.

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A nearby statue of the Marquis de LaFayette, for whom the town is named.

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The railroad terminal

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Inside the museum

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Native American dugout canoe

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Artifacts from steamboats on the Cape Fear River

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Uniform and sword from the War of 1812

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Shells from Civil War Whitworth rifled cannon

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Artifacts recovered from the wreck of the Confederate blockade runner “Modern Greece”

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Exhibit on 19th Century funerary practices: a child’s coffin and a post-mortem photo

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Artifacts from WW1 and WW2
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