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Next Stop Northbound: Rippon, WV
Next Stop Southbound: Boyce, VA
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The colonial town of Berryville, Virginia sits at the crossroads VA Routes 340 and 7, linking the community's economy to trade between Winchester and Alexandria.  The railroad brought growth to this city "on the doorstep" of Washington, D.C. There were separate passenger and freight stations in Berryville.  Unfortunately neither of these buildings remain.

The original station, identical in design to the station in Luray, that serviced the Shenandoah Valley Railroad, located on Main Street, was several hundred yards North of the newer facility.  Where it stood is now truck parking by a nearby fuel dealer.

In 1937 N&W closed the freight station in Berryville and combined freight activities at the passenger station.