Town of Selma - Selma Antiques District



  • 100 N. Raiford St.

    Selma,   NC   27576


Selma was officially chartered as a town in February 1873, but the Town’s true birth took place May 1867, when lots were sold around a newly established station on the North Carolina Railroad. Selma was born as a Railroad Town, and our rail heritage is still evident - from our recently renovated 1924 passenger Depot, which supports Amtrak service, to our ca. 1855 Mitchener Station, thought to be the oldest surviving train station in North Carolina. We have numerous antique shops and malls for the serious antique collector as well as the casual “antiquer” or seeker of simpler collectibles.We also have a variety of specialty shops to make your shopping adventure complete. While you’re Uptown, visit the restored 1924 Selma Union station, or get an old-fashioned malt from the drug store’s soda fountain. Conveniently located off I-95, Exit 98 or 97.

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100 N. Raiford St.
Selma NC 27576


Latitude: 35° 32' 8.88" / Longitude: -78° 17' 0.24"

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I-95, Exits 98 or 97 to Raiford St.

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