Pulaski Railway Station

The Virginia-Tennessee Railroad built the Grand Old Lady of Pulaski, the historic depot in 1888, just two years after the Commonwealth chartered the Town of Pulaski.  The handsome new station was crafted of Peak Creek granite by master Italian stone masons and replaced the original depot that had served the area for more than 30 years.

The Town completed a major restoration of the depot in 1994.  Subsequently, on November 17, 2008, the depot was destroyed in a tragic fire and, again, the Town completed a thorough historical restoration with the original stone walls in tact.

The Pulaski Railway Station is available for your next event or party and may be reserved by calling or emailing the Town office.