We recently visited the little town of Marion in Southwest Virginia, and were delighted to see the old railroad station. The historic Marion, Virginia Railroad Depot was built by Norfolk & Western in Southwest Virginia in 1904. The train station engaged passenger service until 1971. In the mid 1990s, the old train station was repurposed for modern-day commercial use. The old wagon with luggage onboard is beautiful, and a must-see for train buffs and railroad enthusiasts!