Welcome to Kingsland Station

Kingsland station is home to The Florida-Georgia Railway Heritage Museum INC., a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization powered by  The Georgia Coastal Railway. We are dedicated to preserving railroad history through education, exhibits and entertainment. Proceeds from shows and train rides help to educate the public and to build and maintain our railroad heritage museum.


Depart from and arrive at

All trains except Special event parking shuttles run round trip from KINGSLAND STATION. We’re located at 440 S. Lee St in Kingsland, Ga just 2 miles west of I-95.  The property was built in 1915 as a sawmill factory and most recently served as a church.  Click HERE to watch our progress as we transform the space into a fabulous event venue.

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Ride the train

Act in a show

Rent the station

Where to find us

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time.
Masks are strongly encouraged. ALL SALES ARE FINAL! No refunds. Train runs rain or shine!

Open Air Rail Cars

Our fun, open-air rail cars are used on special excursions like the Wild West Train Ride, the Survivors Train (Zombie Train), Meet the Monsters, Cottontail Special, National Train Day, Stars on Track, and the Santa Special. They also serve as parking shuttles between the City of Kingsland Visitors Center and downtown Kingsland during special events.  These rail cars are not equipped with restroom facilities.  Weather can affect your comfort during excursions so come prepared and wear comfortable clothing.

Due to the historic nature of our railcars, pursuant to FRA regulations, our railcars are ADA inaccessible. We aplogize for any inconvenience.


Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 (with amendments issued  through 2008

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 (with amendments issued through 2008


Sec. 12184. Prohibition of discrimination in specified public transportation services provided by private entities. [Section 303]

42 U.S Code 12184(c) Historical or antiquated car
(c) Historical or antiquated cars
(1) Exception
To the extent that compliance with subsection (a)(2)(C) or (a)(7) of this section would significantly alter the historic or antiquated character of a historical or antiquated rail passenger car, or a rail station served exclusively by such cars, or would result in violation of any rule, regulation, standard, or order issued by the Secretary of Transportation under the Federal Railroad Safety Act of 1970, such compliance shall not be required.
(2) Definition
As used in this subsection, the term “historical or antiquated rail passenger car” means a rail passenger car
(A) which is not less than 30 years old at the time of its use for transporting individuals;
(B) the manufacturer of which is no longer in the business of manufacturing rail passenger cars; and
(C) which
(i) has a consequential association with events or persons significant to the past; or
(ii) embodies, or is being restored to embody, the distinctive characteristics of a type of rail passenger car used in the past, or to represent a time period which has passed.

Be aware that by riding our train or entering our venues, you consent to your voice, name, and/or likeness being used, without compensation, in films and tapes for exploitation in any and all media, whether now known or hereafter devised, for eternity, and you release Florida – Georgia Railway Heritage Museum, Inc. , its successors, assigns and licensees from any liability whatsoever of any nature.