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The original station burned on Dec 19, 1883, and was rebuilt. A new combination station was built in 1890. The numerous Riley families soon became Rileyville.

Rileyville is an unincorporated community in Page County, Virginia.

This is the birthplace of Wendell Miller, an engineer that traveled this line everyday. He would have watched engines from the Shenandoah Valley Railroad travel this line when he was a young boy.

In 1929, following a significant drop in ridership, N&W moved to close many stations.  Rileyville, however; successfully avoided closer by arguing such a closure would adversely impact the movement of milk and creamery products.  The Rileyville station closed 23-years later on June 1, 1952.