Hanford (Amtrak station)
View from the train
|Address||200 Santa Fe Avenue #A
|Connections||Thruway Motorcoach, Greyhound Lines|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Owned by||Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway|
|Fare zone||Amtrak California|
|Passengers (2013)||225,708 7.1%|
The Hanford Amtrak Station is a train station in Hanford, California served by Amtrak. It was built by the San Francisco and San Joaquin Valley Railway and is one of only three SF&SJV stations left in existence.
In the early 1990s, the city sponsored a rehabilitation of the depot that included rebuilding the former freight section and enclosing the outdoor waiting room. A wide, curving canopy was added to the trackside façade to provide travelers with better protection from the sun and rain. Interior modifications resulted in a new layout that added office and commercial space.
In 2006, the city moved forward with $1.5 million in improvements to the adjacent bus bays that accommodate local and regional lines and Amtrak’s Thruway Motorcoach service. A circa 1880s Southern Pacific wooden freight depot was moved to the site to provide a waiting room and ticket desk for bus passengers.
Of the 73 California stations served by Amtrak, Hanford was the 20th-busiest in FY2010, boarding or detraining an average of approximately 500 passengers daily.
Platforms and tracks
|Northbound||■San Joaquin||toward Oakland or Sacramento (Fresno)|
|Southbound||■San Joaquin||toward Bakersfield (Corcoran)|
Notable Places Nearby
- Amtrak – Stations – Hanford, CA
- Amtrak California - Hanford
- Hanford Amtrak Station(USA RailGuide -- TrainWeb)
- Hanford (HNF)--Great American Stations (Amtrak)
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