Castro station (Caltrain)

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Castro Station
Commuter rail
Castro Station 3041 02.JPG
Former station site in 2012
Coordinates 37°24′10″N 122°05′49″W / 37.40278°N 122.09694°W / 37.40278; -122.09694Coordinates: 37°24′10″N 122°05′49″W / 37.40278°N 122.09694°W / 37.40278; -122.09694
Owned by Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board
Line(s) Caltrain
Other information
Status Closed
Fare zone 3
Passengers (2000) 111 weekly[1]
Castro station (Caltrain) is located in San Jose, California
Castro station (Caltrain)

Castro Station was a Caltrain station located in Mountain View, California, just south of the railroad crossing at Rengstorff Avenue. It was replaced by the newer San Antonio station 0.8 mi (1 km) to the north in 1999.[2] The last Castro boardings were in 2000.


  1. ^ "Caltrain Passenger Counts" (PDF). 2006. p. 10. 
  2. ^ Pence, Angelica (1999-12-03). "Little-Used Mountain View Station Closing / Castro stop to remain part of Caltrain history". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 2017-10-09.