This 1924 station was completely restored in 2002 and now provides Amtrak service for the Carolinian route (Selma to Charlotte) and the Palmetto route (New York to Florida). Enjoy exhibits and memorabilia on rail history and the Town of Selma. Did you know Lunsford Richardson, who ran a drug store in Selma, was the inventor of what is now known as Vicks Vaporub? The station is a popular location for train watchers as Selma has North-South and East-West connectors.
Hours: Passenger waiting room is open daily, 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Station attendant is on duty one hour before and stays until one-half hour after all train arrivals and departures.
Parking: Ample free parking for short-term and long-term parking available at the station and on adjoining Railroad Street.