Pulaski County Virginia

Rich History

Historical Sites

Train Station in Dublin, Virginia
Train Station in Dublin, Virginia

Pulaski Train Depot

20 S Washington Ave, Pulaski VA

(540) 994-8600

The Train Depot was built in 1888, just two years after the commonwealth chartered the town of Pulaski. It is crafted from Peak Creek granite and affectionately called the Grand Old Lady of Pulaski. It now serves as a community meeting place for events throughout the year.

Southwest Virginia Veterans Cemetery

5550 Bagging Plant Rd, Dublin VA

(540) 674-6893

The cemetery honoring our veterans is open to the public every day during daylight hours.You can catch the American red, white, and blue flags waving on each gravesite and the Avenue of Flags along the circle drive on patriotic holidays.

Prospect Avenue

Pulaski VA

Drive by varied and historical architecture on Pulaski homes on Prospect Avenue in Pulaski.

Battle of Cloyd’s Mountain Civil War Battlefield

Route 100 North, Dublin VA

The Battle of Cloyd’s Mountain was a Union victory on May 9, 1864 that allowed the Union forces to destroy that last line connecting Tennessee to Virginia, the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, located in Dublin. Future presidents Rutherford B. Hayes and William McKinley both fought at Cloyd’s Mountain. A Virginia historical marker commemorating this battle can be found in Dublin in the median of Route 100 on the south side of Cloyd’s Mountain.