The Herndon Depot Museum

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The Herndon Depot Museum

Description

The Herndon Depot Museum houses railroad memorabilia, information on Commander William Lewis Herndon, for whom the town was named; artifacts from the U.S.S Herndon destroyer from WWII, and artifacts from local residents. Operated by the Historical Society of Herndon, the building dates back to the 1850s and served as a train station in the dairy community until 1968.



Creator

Todd Rynex

Date

April 2012

Contributor

Todd Rynex

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Citation

Todd Rynex, “The Herndon Depot Museum ,” Northern Virginia Digital History Archive, accessed October 26, 2021, https://novahistory.ctevans.net/items/show/205.