Coming Up

Sunday, February 8
T-Trak Model Train Display

Sunday, February 15
N-Trak Model Train Display

Sunday, February 22
Hands On Day

Sunday, March 15
N-Trak Model Train Display

Sunday, March 29
Spring Activities Day

Sunday, April 5
Closed for Easter

Sunday, April 12
T-Trak Model Train Display

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East Coast Professional Landscape Joins Donors

East Coast Professional Landscape, Inc. of Fairfax Station, Virginia has become the newest donor to the Fairfax Station Railroad Museum by providing a range of landscaping services for the Station's grounds.

Founded in 1995, East Coast provides expertise in residential lawn & landscape care services to the communities of Fairfax Station, Fairfax, Burke, Alexandria, Springfield & Lorton.

The Station depends heavily on the generous donation of time and services by professional landscaping companies to maintain its five acres of grounds and woods. ECPL founder Patrick Russell says his company "prides itself on our service to our clients and the community." (November 2014)

Joan Rogers Honored by The Friends of The Fairfax Station

The Friends of The Fairfax Station held their annual meeting at The Fairfax Station Railroad Museum on March 24, honoring outgoing President, Joan Rogers.

Joan Rogers is stepping down from the Presidency after 19 years in the position. She was instrumental in moving the original building to its present site. Joan has also been involved in the Dominion Valley Pony Club, Girl Scouts, PTA, St. Mary's Church and the Clifton Community Woman's Club during her many years as a resident of the Northern Virginia area.

During the years of Joan's Presidency, the Railroad Museum has continued to succeed as an important part of the greater community, well known for its annual Holiday Train Show, Sunday afternoon train displays, Quarterly Forums, Tour and Civil War displays, including a celebration of the Sesquicentennial August 2012. As a Museum Life Member, Joan knows she is leaving her dedication to the Fairfax Station Railroad Museum in the hands of dedicated volunteers. (March 2014)


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