The former Appomattox Norfolk and Western Station in December 2007
|Location||Church Street & Main Street, Appomattox, Virginia|
|Architect||Norfolk and Western Railway|
|Part of||Appomattox Historic District (#02000510)|
|Designated CP||May 16, 2002|
Appomattox Station is located in the town of Appomattox, Virginia. Before the Civil War, the railroad (Southside Railroad today, a part of the Norfolk Southern), bypassed Appomattox Court House village (then known as "Clover Hill", now known as the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park) which was built southeast about three miles in 1850. Commercial life tended to congregate at Appomattox Station, a town first named "Nebraska, Virginia", then "West Appomattox" until 1895. It is known today as Appomattox, Virginia. The station is a contributing property to the Appomattox Historic District.