Pomona (North)

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Not to be confused with Pomona (Amtrak station).
For The Pomona Metrolink Station in Manchester, England, see Pomona Metrolink station.
Pomona (North)
Metrolink commuter rail station
Station statistics
Address 205 Santa Fe Street
Pomona, California, 91767
Coordinates 34°05′37″N 117°45′12″W / 34.0936°N 117.7533°W / 34.0936; -117.7533Coordinates: 34°05′37″N 117°45′12″W / 34.0936°N 117.7533°W / 34.0936; -117.7533
Line(s) Metrolink
Connections Foothill Transit
Bronco Link Shuttle
Platforms 1 side platform, 1 island platform (only boards on one side)
Tracks 2
Parking Approximately 225 spaces
Other information
Owned by City of Pomona
Services
Preceding station   Metrolink   Following station
San Bernardino Line
  Former services  
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
toward Los Angeles
Main Line
BSicon LOGO Amtrak2.svg Amtrak
toward Los Angeles
Southwest Chief
toward Chicago

Pomona (North) Station is located at 205 Santa Fe Street in Pomona, California. It is located just west of Garey Avenue and south of Bonita Avenue, and has 225 free parking spaces, which are accessible from either Santa Fe Street or Fulton Road. (Fulton and Santa Fe do not intersect.)

The north Pomona station serves the San Bernardino Line. (The central/downtown Pomona train station is a few miles south of that, also near Garey; it's an Amtrak station which also runs Metrolink trains that run the Riverside line.)

The Pomona (north) station is owned by the City of Pomona. A freight line (ex-ATSF Pasadena Subdivision) runs along the north side of the station. The old Santa Fe station lies to the east of the station, on the northwest corner of Santa Fe and Garey Avenue. Foothill Transit provides connecting service on Garey Avenue, with stops at Garey and Bonita Avenue for Lines 291 and 492, and stops at Garey Avenue and Arrow Highway for Lines 197 and 291, both approximately a half mile from the station. Both bus and rail service are available 7 days a week.

This site was the home to the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley Railroad station opened in 1887. In 1887 there was debate as to call the station the: North Pomona Station or Palomares Station or Palermo Station.

Platforms and tracks[edit]

Westbound San Bernardino Line toward L.A. Union Station (Covina)
Eastbound San Bernardino Line toward San Bernardino (Claremont)

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