Lemont station

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Lemont Station - April 2016.jpg
The Lemont station in April 2016.
Location 101 Main Street
Lemont, Illinois
Coordinates 41°40′25″N 88°00′09″W / 41.6737°N 88.0024°W / 41.6737; -88.0024Coordinates: 41°40′25″N 88°00′09″W / 41.6737°N 88.0024°W / 41.6737; -88.0024
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone E
Opened 1859
Passengers 456 (avg. weekday 2014)[1]
Rank 110 out of 236[2]
Preceding station   Metra   Following station
toward Joliet
Heritage Corridor
  Former services  
Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe
toward Los Angeles
Main Line

Lemont is a station on Metra's Heritage Corridor in Lemont, Illinois. The station is 25.3 miles (40.7 km) away from Union Station, the northern terminus of the line.[3] In Metra's zone-based fare system, Lemont is in zone E.

Lemont Station was originally built by the Chicago and Alton Railroad in 1859 and designed in a manner similar to that of Lockport Station. The tracks run parallel to the Illinois and Michigan Canal, and shares the right-of-way with Amtrak's Lincoln Service and Texas Eagle trains, however, no Amtrak trains stop here.


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