Join us this October 19, 20, 26 and 27 2013 to celebrate our railroad history and natural beauty.
Each year for two weekends in October the streets are filled with vendors selling many different and unusual crafts; such as rings made from coins, coal scrip and old coins; handmade wooden banks with old post office doors; flag boxes; wooden furniture; hand-painted items; quilts; jewelry; driftwood creations; wooden oil lamps; Patio Foundations and many more interesting items.
Food vendors offer hot dogs, hamburgers, barbeques, kielbasa sandwiches, chicken and dumplings, beans and cornbread, kettle corn, funnel cakes and baked potatoes.
Each year is different. Come on out and see what this year will bring!
The New River Train arrives each afternoon of Railroad Days.