Tuscumbia Train Depot

This 1888 restored passenger depot was utilized by both the Memphis and Charleston and Southern Railway companies. This is the same depot where Annie Sullivan and Helen Keller utilized as they traveled from Boston to Tuscumbia through the years after Helen left Tuscumbia to be taught at Perkins Institute in Boston. Today, it is a museum dedicated to rail memorabilia and the nearby roundhouse is utilized as an event venue.

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Latitude: 34.7312 Longitude: -87.7025 Elevation: 453 ft
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Angie Pierce

Hours Open

Open: Tues – Fri, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Sat, 10 a.m. – 3p.m.

Time Period Represented

Built in 1888

How to Get There

Follow I-65 S or N to  I-565 Huntsville/Decatur Exit toward Decatur.

Follow I-565/AL HWY 31-20 W to Decatur. Once you cross the bridge turn right onto AL hwy. 20 W. Take this for 60 miles to  S Woodmont Dr in Tuscumbia
1 h 2 min (60.0 mi)

Continue on S Woodmont Dr. Drive to E 5th St
4 min (1.4 mi)
 Arrive at 204 W 5th St

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