The Selma train station was originally built in 1924 by the Atlantic Coast Line and Southern railroads. Fast forward to today, it is a fairly active little spot and serves passengers riding Amtrak's daily Carolinian between New York City and Charlotte, and Amtrak's daily Palmetto that runs between New York City and Savannah. The Selma train station also houses a great museum with exhibits on the history of the train station and the Town of Selma.
We are honored to say that JCI operates this historic facility, which is open 365 days a year. Our staff takes great pride in keeping the station tidy and clean. The staff is particularly attentive in offering passengers great customer service with a warm welcome while assisting with operating the kiosks and boarding the train.
You may visit the Selma Train at:
East Railroad St., Selma NC 27576 | 919-965-6971
Hours: Passenger waiting room is open daily, 10:00am-4:30pm.
Parking: Ample free parking for short-term and long-term parking available at the station and on adjoining Railroad Street.
Passengers needing to buy a ticket have 4 options:
- Time-saving online ticket app
- In-station automated ticket kiosk
- In-station red phone for reservation number (pay conductor on train)
- By calling 1-800-USA-Rail
BeRailSafe is NCDOT’s statewide safety initiative that provides information and programming to educate adults and children about the dangers of being on and around railroad tracks.