Sam Wilhite Transportation Museum
5 Depot Drive
West Point, MS 39773
The Wilhite Museum tells the story of early West Point transportation from the early Native Americans during the 1700's through the modern highway system of today. Featured exhibits include a 1927 Model T Ford car, the largest working model railroad in the south, and a recreated railroad ticket office, in the original building, complete with working telegraph, railroad clocks, and period telephones. Open Thursday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.