List of Amtrak stations

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This is a list of train stations and Thruway Motorcoach stops used by Amtrak (the National Railroad Passenger Corporation in the United States). This list is in alphabetical order by station or stop name, which mostly corresponds to the city in which it is located. If an English Wikipedia page exists for the actual station or stop, a link is included. Some Thruway Motorcoach stops include train stations that are not served by Amtrak trains (and occasionally any trains at all).

All current (and most former) Amtrak train stops (stations) and Thruway Motorcoach stops have a three-letter station code (sometimes also referred to as a city code). These codes do not necessarily correspond with the list of IATA-indexed train stations or the three-character IATA airport codes, although many are the same. Amtrak began using station codes in 1992,[1][2] so stations closed or removed from all Amtrak service prior to 1992 will not have had a station code assigned. The station code "ENP" is used for "any stop en route, not otherwise specified".[citation needed] If a station code was used by more than one train station, each station is listed. However, if a station code was used for a Thruway Motorcoach stop that has changed locations, only information for the current location (or most recent location, if the stop is no longer in service) is included in the notes, unless one of the locations was an actual train station.

Ridership data and station ownership is from Amtrak's Great American Stations website.[3][Note 1] The ownership of many stations is shared, with one entity owning one or more of the following: the facility itself, the parking lot, the passenger platform, and the train tracks. In some instances, the owner of the bus station used for a Thruway Motorcoach stop is not the same as the connection service provider.

While many stations do not offer full services (ticketing, baggage, etc.), all train stations, unless otherwise indicated, have an indoor waiting area. Some stations and Thruway Motorcoach stops, as indicated, are conditional or flag stops, with trains only stopping at the station if reservations for a pickup or drop off are made in advance. Some stations, also as indicated, are seasonal with trains or buses stopping only during certain times of the year.

Although Amtrak operations are almost exclusively limited to the United States, there are three exceptions (all of which are in Canada). The first exception includes the six northwesternmost stations (in Ontario) served by the Maple Leaf. (The Maple Leaf is a joint operation between Amtrak and Via Rail Canada.[Note 2] The International Limited was also a joint Via Rail Canada/Amtrak operation before it was discontinued in 2004.) The second exception includes the two northernmost stations (in Quebec) served by the Adirondack and the northernmost station (in British Columbia) served by the Amtrak Cascades. (Both the Adirondack and the Amtrak Cascades are exclusively Amtrak operations.) Each of the aforementioned train stations are identified as a Canadian railway station.[Note 3] The third exception includes the eight Thruway Motorcoach stops in British Columbia.

Among the Amtrak stations are several "tour only" stations which require special reservations with Amtrak for a group (usually twenty or more persons) for the train to stop at that station (such stations include Allensworth State Park, Greenfield Village, and Marceline stations). There are also several "stations" (many of which are not actually train stations at all) which only operate in conjunction with regular special events (such "stations"/events include the Lexington Barbecue Festival, the New York State Fair, and the North Carolina State Fair) and others that are unique to a specific event (for example, the Secaucus Junction station which only was an Amtrak stop for Super Bowl XLVIII).

Active stations[edit]

Station Location Lines Opened Rebuilt Agency closed Station closed Notes
Aberdeen (ABE) Aberdeen, Maryland Northeast Regional 01898-01-011898 01943-01-011943 Connections are available to MARC Train's Penn Line
Albany (ALY) Albany, Oregon Amtrak Cascades
Coast Starlight
Pacific International (1977–1981)
Willamette Valley (1980–1981)
01977-01-011977[5] Service at Albany began on October 30, 1977.[5]
Albany–Rensselaer (ALB) Rensselaer, New York Adirondack
Empire Service
Ethan Allen Express
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Lake Shore (1971–1972)
01968-01-011968[6]
Albion (ALI) Albion, Michigan Wolverine
Lake Cities (1982–2004)
01882-01-011882
Albuquerque (ABQ) Albuquerque, New Mexico Southwest Chief
Aldershot (AST) Aldershot, Ontario Maple Leaf Connections are available to Go Transit and Via Rail
Alderson (ALD) Alderson, West Virginia Cardinal
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Alexandria (ALX) Alexandria, Virginia Cardinal
Carolinian
Crescent
Northeast Regional
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Champion (1971–1979)
Colonial (1976–1992)
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Connections are available to Virginia Railway Express and the Washington Metro
Allensworth State Park (CNL) Allensworth, California San Joaquin Flag stop
Alliance (ALC) Alliance, Ohio Capitol Limited
Pennsylvanian (1998–2003)
Three Rivers (1995–2005)
02012-01-012012
Alpine (ALP) Alpine, Texas Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
Alton (ALN) Alton, Illinois Lincoln Service
Texas Eagle
02017-01-012017
Altoona (ALT) Bus interchange Altoona, Pennsylvania Pennsylvanian
Fort Pitt (1981–1983)
National Limited (1971–1979)
Three Rivers (1995–2005)
Amsterdam (AMS) Amsterdam, New York Empire Service
Maple Leaf
01993-01-011993[7]
Anaheim (ANA) Anaheim, California Pacific Surfliner Connections are available to Metrolink's Orange County Line.
Ann Arbor (ARB) Bus interchange Ann Arbor, Michigan Wolverine
Lake Cities (1982–2004)
Anniston (ATN) Anniston, Alabama Crescent 01926-01-011926[8]
Antioch–Pittsburg (ACA) Antioch, California San Joaquin
Arcadia Valley (ACD) Ironton, Missouri Texas Eagle 02016-01-012016
Ardmore (ADM) Ardmore, Oklahoma Heartland Flyer
Ardmore (ARD) Ardmore, Pennsylvania Keystone Service
Pennsylvanian (until 2011)
Connections are available to SEPTA's Paoli/Thorndale Line
Arkadelphia (ARK) Arkadelphia, Arkansas Texas Eagle Flag stop.
Ashland (AKY) Ashland, Kentucky Cardinal 01998-01-011998 Replaced the former Tri-State Station at Catlettsburg, Kentucky.
Ashland (ASD) Ashland, Virginia Northeast Regional
Colonial (1976–1992)
Atlanta Peachtree (ATL) Atlanta, Georgia Crescent 01918-01-011918[9]
Auburn (ARN) Bus interchange Auburn, California Capital Corridor 01865-01-011865 01998-01-011998
Austin (AUS) Austin, Texas Texas Eagle
Bakersfield (BFD) Bakersfield, California San Joaquin
Baltimore Penn (BAL) Baltimore, Maryland Acela Express
Cardinal
Carolinian
Crescent
Northeast Regional
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Vermonter
Colonial (1976–1992)
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Connections are available to MARC Train and the Baltimore Light Rail
Bangor (BAM) Bangor, Michigan Pere Marquette
Barstow (BAR) Bus interchange Barstow, California Southwest Chief
Desert Wind (1979–1995)
Battle Creek (BTL) Battle Creek, Michigan Blue Water
Wolverine
International (1982–2004)
Lake Cities (1982–2004)
01982-01-011982 02012-01-012012
Beaumont (BMT) Beaumont, Texas Sunset Limited
Bellingham Fairhaven (BEL) Bellingham, Washington Amtrak Cascades
Pacific International (1972–1981)
01995-01-011995[10] 01981-01-011981
Bellows Falls (BLF) Bellows Falls, Vermont Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Benson (BEN) Benson, Arizona Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
Berkeley (BKY) Berkeley, California Capital Corridor
San Joaquin
01913-01-011913 01986-01-011986 01971-01-011971
Berlin (BER) Berlin, Connecticut New Haven–Springfield Shuttle
Northeast Regional
Valley Flyer
Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
02018-01-012018 Connections are available to ConnDOT's Hartford Line
Bingen–White Salmon (BNG) Bingen, Washington Empire Builder 01981-01-011981[11] 01992-01-011992
Birmingham (BHM) Birmingham, Alabama Crescent
Floridian (1971–1979)
Gulf Breeze (1989–1995)
South Wind (1971)
Bloomington–Normal (BNL) Bus interchange Normal, Illinois Lincoln Service
Texas Eagle
01990-01-011990 02012-01-012012
Boston Back Bay (BBY) Boston, Massachusetts Acela Express
Lake Shore Limited
Northeast Regional
Colonial (1976–1992)
01860-01-011860 01987-01-011987 Connections are available to MBTA Commuter Rail and MBTA Subway.
Boston North (BON) Boston, Massachusetts Downeaster 01928-01-011928 01997-01-011997 Connections are available to MBTA Commuter Rail and MBTA Subway.
Boston South (BOS) Bus interchange Boston, Massachusetts Acela Express
Lake Shore Limited
Northeast Regional
Colonial (1976–1992)
01899-01-011899 01985-01-011985 Connections are available to MBTA Commuter Rail.
Brattleboro (BRA) Brattleboro, Vermont Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Bridgeport (BRP) Bridgeport, Connecticut Northeast Regional
Vermonter
Colonial (1976–1992)
Brookhaven (BRH) Brookhaven, Mississippi City of New Orleans 01907-01-011907 02011-01-012011
Browning (BRO) Browning, Montana Empire Builder 01973-01-011973[12] Browning station opened on February 15, 1973 when the station at Troy, Montana closed.[12]
Brunswick (BRK) Brunswick, Maine Downeaster 02012-01-012012
Bryan (BYN) Bryan, Ohio Lake Shore Limited
Buffalo–Depew (BUF) Depew, New York Empire Service
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Buffalo–Exchange Street (BFX) Buffalo, New York Empire Service
Maple Leaf
01952-01-011952
Burbank Airport (BUR) Bus interchange Burbank, California Coast Starlight
Pacific Surfliner
01983-01-011983 Connections are available to Metrolink's Ventura County Line.
Burke Centre (BCV) Burke, Virginia Northeast Regional 01992-01-011992 02008-01-012008 Connections are available to Virginia Railway Express's Manassas Line.
Burlington (BRL) Burlington, Iowa California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Denver Zephyr (1971–1973)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
01944-01-011944[13]
Burlington (BNC) Burlington, North Carolina Carolinian
Piedmont
02003-01-012003
BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) Bus interchange Linthicum, Maryland Acela Express
Northeast Regional
Palmetto
Vermonter
Chesapeake (1980–1983)
01980-01-011980[14]
Camarillo (CML) Camarillo, California Pacific Surfliner 01995-01-011995 Connections are available to Metrolink's Ventura County Line.
Camden (CAM) Camden, South Carolina Silver Star 01937-01-011937
Carbondale (CDL) Bus interchange Carbondale, Illinois City of New Orleans
Illini
Saluki
01988-01-011988
Carlinville (CRV) Carlinville, Illinois Lincoln Service
Texas Eagle
02017-01-012017
Carpinteria (CPN) Bus interchange Carpinteria, California Pacific Surfliner
Cary (CYN) Cary, North Carolina Carolinian
Piedmont
SIlver Star
01995-01-011995 01996-01-011996
Castleton (CNV) Castleton, Vermont Ethan Allen Express 02010-01-012010[15] Castleton replaced the station in Fair Haven, Vermont on January 2, 2010.[15]
Centralia (CEN) Centralia, Illinois City of New Orleans
Illini
Saluki
01993-01-011993[7]
Centralia (CTL) Centralia, Washington Amtrak Cascades
Coast Starlight
Champaign–Urbana (CHM) Bus interchange Champaign, Illinois City of New Orleans
Illini
Saluki
01999-01-011999
Charleston (CHS) North Charleston, South Carolina Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Champion (1971–1979)
01956-01-011956
Charleston (CHW) Charleston, West Virginia Cardinal
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
01905-01-011905
Charlotte (CLT) Charlotte, North Carolina Crescent
Carolinian
Piedmont
01962-01-011962
Charlottesville (CVS) Bus interchange Charlottesville, Virginia Cardinal
Crescent
Northeast Regional
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
01885-01-011885 01915-01-011915
Chatsworth (CWT) Chatsworth, California Pacific Surfliner 01982-01-011982 Connections are available to Metrolink's Ventura County Line.
Chemult (CMO) Chemult, Oregon Coast Starlight
Chicago Union (CHI) Chicago, Illinois Blue Water
California Zephyr
Capitol Limited
Cardinal
City of New Orleans
Carl Sandburg
Empire Builder
Hiawatha Service
Illini
Illinois Zephyr
Lake Shore Limited
Lincoln Service
Pere Marquette
Saluki
Southwest Chief
Texas Eagle
Wolverine
Abraham Lincoln (1971–1978)
Ann Rutledge (1976–2009)
Badger (1984–1989)
Black Hawk (1974–1981)
Broadway Limited (1971–1995)
Calumet (1979–1991)
Campus (1971–1972)
Denver Zephyr (1971–1973)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
El Capitan (1971–1973)
Encore (1984–1985)
Floridian (1971–1979)
Hoosier State (1980–2019)
Inter-American (1973–1981)
International (1982–2004)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Kentucky Cardinal (1999–2003)
Lake Country Limited (2000–2001)
LaSalle (1980–1989)
Lone Star (1974–1979)
Loop (1986–1996)
Marquette (1980–1984)
Nicollet (1980–1989)
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
North Star (1978–1981)
Panama Limited (1971–1981)
Pennsylvanian (1998–2003)
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Prairie Marksman (1980–1981)
Radisson (1980–1989)
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
Shawnee (1971–1986)
Southwest Limited (1974–1984)
South Wind (1971)
State House (1973–2006)
Super Chief (1971–1974)
Texas Chief (1971–1974)
Three Rivers (1995–2005)
Turboliner (1975–1980)
Twilight Limited (1976–2004)
Twin Cities Hiawatha (1972, 1977–1978)
Chico (CIC) Bus interchange Chico, California Coast Starlight 01892-01-011892 01988-01-011988
Cincinnati (CIN) Cincinnati, Ohio Cardinal
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Shenandoah (1976–1981)
01935-01-011935[16] 01991-01-011991[17]
Claremont (CLA) Claremont, New Hampshire Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Cleburne (CBR) Cleburne, Texas Texas Eagle
Inter-American (1973–1981)
Lone Star (1974–1979)
01898-01-011898 01999-01-011999
Clemson (CSN) Clemson, South Carolina Crescent
Gulf Breeze (1989–1995)
Cleveland (CLE) Cleveland, Ohio Capitol Limited
Lake Shore Limited
Pennsylvanian (1998–2003)
01977-01-011977
Clifton Forge (CLF) Clifton Forge, Virginia Cardinal
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Coatesville (COT) Coatesville, Pennsylvania Keystone Service
Pennsylvanian
Colfax (COX) Colfax, California California Zephyr
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
Columbia (CLB) Columbia, South Carolina Silver Star 01991-01-011991
Columbus (CBS) Columbus, Wisconsin Empire Builder
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
North Star (1978–1981)
Twin Cities Hiawatha (1972, 1977–1978)
01986-01-011986[18]
Connellsville (COV) Connellsville, Pennsylvania Capitol Limited 02011-01-012011
Connersville (COI) Connersville, Indiana Cardinal 01990-01-011990[19] Service at Connersville began on October 29, 1990.[19]
Corcoran (COC) Corcoran, California San Joaquin 01989-01-011989 01999-01-011999
Cornwells Heights (CWH) Cornwells Heights, Pennsylvania Keystone Service
Northeast Regional
Connections are available to SEPTA's Trenton Line
Crawfordsville (CRF) Crawfordsville, Indiana Cardinal
Hoosier State (1980–2019)
01980-01-011980[20] Service to Crawfordsville began with the establishment of the Hoosier State on October 1, 1980.[20]
Creston (CRN) Creston, Iowa California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Denver Zephyr (1971–1973)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
Croton–Harmon (CRT) Croton-on-Hudson, New York Adirondack
Empire Service
Ethan Allen Express
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Lake Shore (1971–1972)
Connections are available to Metro-North Railroad's Hudson Line
Culpeper (CLP) Culpeper, Virginia Cardinal
Crescent
Northeast Regional
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Cumberland (CUM) Cumberland, Maryland Capitol Limited
Shenandoah (1976–1981)
Cut Bank (CUT) Cut Bank, Montana Empire Builder
Dallas (DAL) Dallas, Texas Texas Eagle
Inter-American (1973–1981)
Lone Star (1974–1979)
Texas Chief (1971–1974)
Danville (DAN) Danville, Virginia Silver Star
Davis (DAV) Davis, California California Zephyr
Capitol Corridor
Coast Starlight
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
Dearborn (DER) Bus interchange Dearborn, Michigan Wolverine
Lake Cities (1982–2004)
02014-01-012014[21]
Deerfield Beach (DFB) Deerfield Beach, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
Connections are available to Tri-Rail.
Del Rio (DRT) Del Rio, Texas Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
DeLand (DLD) DeLand, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Sunset Limited (service suspended)
Champion (1971–1979)
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
Delray Beach (DLB) Delray Beach, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
01995-01-011995[22] Connections are available to Tri-Rail.
Deming (DEM) Deming, New Mexico Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
Denmark (DNK) Denmark, South Carolina Silver Star
Champion (1971–1979)
01978-01-011978
Denver (DEN) Denver, Colorado California Zephyr
Winter Park Express
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Denver Zephyr (1971–1973)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
Detroit (DET) Bus interchange Detroit, Michigan Wolverine
Lake Cities (1994–2004)
01994-01-011994[23] Connections are available to the QLine.
Detroit Lakes (DLK) Detroit Lakes, Minnesota Empire Builder
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
Devils Lake (DVL) Devils Lake, North Dakota Empire Builder 01993-01-011993[7]
Dillon (DIL) Dillon, South Carolina Palmetto 01976-01-011976
Dodge City (DDG) Dodge City, Kansas Southwest Chief
Dover (DOV) Dover, New Hampshire Downeaster 02001-01-012001
Dowagiac (DOA) Dowagiac, Michigan Blue Water
Wolverine
International (1982–2004)
01848-01-011848
Downingtown (DOW) Downingtown, Pennsylvania Keystone Service
Pennsylvanian
Connections are available to SEPTA's Paoli/Thorndale Line
Du Quoin (DQN) Du Quoin, Illinois Illini
Saluki
Dunsmuir (DUN) Dunsmuir, California Coast Starlight
Durand (DRD) Durand, Michigan Blue Water
International (1982–2004)
Durham–UNH (DHM) Durham, New Hampshire Downeaster 02001-01-012001
Durham (DNC) Durham, North Carolina Carolinian
Piedmont
Dwight (DWT) Dwight, Illinois Lincoln Service 02016-01-012016
Dyer (DYE) Dyer, Indiana Cardinal
Hoosier State (1980–2019)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
East Glacier Park (GPK) East Glacier Park, Montana Empire Builder
East Lansing (LNS) Bus interchange East Lansing, Michigan Blue Water
International (1982–2004)
01974-01-011974 02016-01-012016
Edmonds (EDM) Edmonds, Washington Amtrak Cascades
Empire Builder
Pacific International (1972–1981)
Connections are available to Sounder's North Line
Effingham (EFG) Effingham, Illinois (train)
El Paso (ELP) El Paso, Texas Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
Elkhart (EKH) Elkhart, Indiana Capitol Limited
Lake Shore Limited
Lake Shore (1971–1972)
Pennsylvanian (1998–2003)
Elizabethtown (ELT) Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania Keystone Service
Pennsylvanian
Elko (ELK) Elko, Nevada California Zephyr
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
Elyria (ELY) Elyria, Ohio Capitol Limited
Lake Shore Limited
Pennsylvanian (1998–2003)
Emeryville (EMY) Bus interchange Emeryville, California California Zephyr
Capitol Corridor
Coast Starlight
San Joaquin
01993-01-011993[24]
Ephrata (EPH) Bus interchange Ephrata, Washington Empire Builder
Erie (ERI) Erie, Pennsylvania Lake Shore Limited
Lake Shore (1971–1972)
Essex (ESM) Essex, Montana Empire Builder 01985-01-011985[25][26] Flag stop.
Essex Junction (ESX) Essex Junction, Vermont Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
01959-01-011959[27]
Eugene–Springfield (EUG) Bus interchange Eugene, Oregon Amtrak Cascades
Coast Starlight
Pacific International (1972–1981)
Willamette Valley (1980–1981)
Everett (EVR) Bus interchange Everett, Washington Amtrak Cascades
Empire Builder
Pacific International (1972–1981)
Connections are available to Sounder's North Line
Exeter (EXR) Exeter, New Hampshire Downeaster 02001-01-012001
Exton (EXT) Exton, Pennsylvania Keystone Service
Pennsylvanian
Connections are available to SEPTA's Paoli/Thorndale Line
Fairfield–Vacaville (FFV) Fairfield, California Capitol Corridor 02017-01-012017
Fargo (FAR) Fargo, North Dakota Empire Builder
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
Fayetteville (FAY) Fayetteville, North Carolina Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Champion (1971–1979)
Flagstaff (FLG) Flagstaff, Arizona Southwest Chief
Flint (FLN) Flint, Michigan Blue Water
International (1982–2004)
Florence (FLO) Florence, South Carolina Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Champion (1971–1979)
Fort Edward (FED) Fort Edward, New York Adirondack
Ethan Allen Express
01974-01-011974[28]
Fort Lauderdale (FTL) Fort Lauderdale, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
Connections are available to Tri-Rail.
Fort Madison (FMD) Fort Madison, Iowa Southwest Chief
Fort Morgan (FMG) Fort Morgan, Colorado California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Denver Zephyr (1971–1973)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
Fort Worth (FTW) Fort Worth, Texas Heartland Flyer
Texas Eagle
Connections are available to TEXRail and Trinity Railway Express.
Framingham (FRA) Framingham, Massachusetts Lake Shore Limited Connections are available to MBTA's Framingham/Worcester Line.
Fraser–Winter Park (WIP) Fraser, Colorado California Zephyr
Pioneer (1985–1997)
Desert Wind (1985–1997)
01985-01-011985[29]
Fredericksburg (FBG) Fredericksburg, Virginia Carolinian
Northeast Regional
Silver Meteor
Connections are available to Virginia Railway Express's Fredericksburg Line.
Freeport (FRE) Freeport, Maine Downeaster 02012-01-012012
Fremont (FMT) Fremont, California Capitol Corridor 02017-01-012017 Connections are available to Altamont Commuter Express.
Fresno (FNO) Fresno, California San Joaquin
Fullerton (FUL) Fullerton, California Pacific Surfliner
Southwest Chief
Connections are available to Metrolink's 91/Perris Valley Line and Orange County Line.
Fulton (FTN) Fulton, Kentucky City of New Orleans
Gainesville (GNS) Gainesville, Georgia Crescent
Gainesville (GLE) Gainesville, Texas Heartland Flyer
Galesburg (GBB) Bus interchange Galesburg, Illinois California Zephyr
Carl Sandburg
Illinois Zephyr
Southwest Chief
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
Gallup (GLP) Gallup, New Mexico Southwest Chief
Garden City (GCK) Garden City, Kansas Southwest Chief
Gastonia (GAS) Gastonia, North Carolina Crescent
Gilman (GLM) Gilman, Illinois Illini
Saluki
City of New Orleans (1986–1996)
01986-01-011986
Glasgow (GGW) Glasgow, Montana Empire Builder
Glendale (GDL) Glendale, California Pacific Surfliner Connections are available to Metrolink's Antelope Valley Line and Ventura County Line.
Glenview (GLN) Glenview, Illinois Empire Builder
Hiawatha Service
Lake Country Limited (2000–2001)
Connections are available to Metra's Milwaukee District / North Line.
Glenwood Springs (GSC) Glenwood Springs, Colorado California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1991)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
Goleta (GTA) Goleta, California Pacific Surfliner 01998-01-011998
Granby (GRA) Granby, Colorado California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1991)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
Grand Forks (GFK) Grand Forks, North Dakota Empire Builder
Grand Junction (GJT) Grand Junction, Colorado California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1991)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
Grand Rapids (GRR) Bus interchange Grand Rapids, Michigan Pere Marquette 01984-01-011984 02014-01-012014
Green River (GRI) Green River, Utah California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1991)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
01997-01-011997 01983-01-011983
Greenfield (GFD) Greenfield, Massachusetts Valley Flyer
Vermonter
02014-01-012014
Greensburg (GNB) Greensburg, Pennsylvania Pennsylvanian
Broadway Limited (1971–1995)
Fort Pitt (1981–1983)
National Limited (1971–1979)
Three Rivers (1995–2005)
Greenville (GRV) Greenville, South Carolina Crescent
Greenwood (GWD) Greenwood, Mississippi City of New Orleans 01995-01-011995[30]
Grimsby (GMS) Grimsby, Ontario Maple Leaf
Grover Beach (GVB) Grover Beach, California Pacific Surfliner 01996-01-011996
Guadalupe (GUA) Guadalupe, California Pacific Surfliner 01998-01-011998
Hamlet (HAM) Hamlet, North Carolina Silver Star
Hammond (HMD) Hammond, Louisiana City of New Orleans
Hammond/Whiting (HMI) Hammond, Indiana Wolverine
Broadway Limited (1982–1995)
Calumet (1982–1991)
Capitol Limited (1982–2001, 2003–2005)
Cardinal (1982–1986)
International (1982–2004)
Lake Shore Limited (1982–2003)
Pennsylvanian (1998–2003)
Pere Marquette (1984–2001)
Three Rivers (1995–2005)
01982-01-011982
Hanford (HNF) Hanford, California San Joaquin
Harpers Ferry (HFY) Harpers Ferry, West Virginia Capitol Limited
Blue Ridge (1973–1986)
Shenandoah (1976–1981)
Connections are available to MARC Train's Brunswick Line
Harrisburg (HAR) Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Keystone Service
Pennsylvanian
National Limited (1971–1979)
Hartford (HFD) Hartford, Connecticut New Haven–Springfield Shuttle
Northeast Regional
Valley Flyer
Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Connections are available to ConnDOT's CTfastrak and Hartford Line
Hastings (HAS) Hastings, Nebraska California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
Hattiesburg (HBG) Hattiesburg, Mississippi Crescent
Haverhill (HHL) Haverhill, Massachusetts Downeaster 01979-01-011979 Connections are available to MBTA's Haverhill Line
Havre (HAV) Havre, Montana Empire Builder
Hayward (HAY) Hayward, California Capitol Corridor 01997-01-011997
Hazlehurst (HAZ) Hazlehurst, Mississippi City of New Orleans 01972-01-011972[31] 01975-01-011975[31] 01973-01-011973[31]
Helper (HER) Helper, Utah California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1991)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
01997-01-011997 01983-01-011983
Hermann (HEM) Hermann, Missouri Missouri River Runner
Ann Rutledge (1976–2009)
Kansas City Mule (1980–2009)
St. Louis Mule (1980–2009)
01991-01-011991
High Point (HPT) High Point, North Carolina Carolinian
Crescent
Piedmont
02003-01-012003
Hinton (HIN) Hinton, West Virginia Cardinal
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Holdrege (HLD) Holdrege, Nebraska California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
01911-01-011911[32]
Holland (HOM) Holland, Michigan Pere Marquette
Hollywood (HOL) Hollywood, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
Connections are available to Tri-Rail.
Holyoke (HLK) Holyoke, Massachusetts Valley Flyer
Vermonter
02015-01-012015
Homewood (HMW) Homewood, Illinois City of New Orleans
Illini
Saluki
Connections are available to Metra's Metra Electric District
Hope (HOP) Hope, Arkansas Texas Eagle 02013-01-012013
Houston (HOS) Bus interchange Houston, Texas Sunset Limited
Inter-American (1973–1981)
Lone Star (1974–1979)
Texas Eagle (1988–1995)
Hudson (HUD) Hudson, New York Adirondack
Empire Service
Ethan Allen Express
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Lake Shore (1971–1972)
Huntingdon (HGD) Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Pennsylvanian
National Limited (1971–1979)
Three Rivers (1995–2005)
Huntington (HUN) Huntington, West Virginia Cardinal
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Hutchinson (HUT) Hutchinson, Kansas Southwest Chief
Independence (IDP) Independence, Missouri Missouri River Runner
Ann Rutledge (1976–2009)
Kansas City Mule (1980–2009)
St. Louis Mule (1980–2009)
Indianapolis (IND) Bus interchange Indianapolis, Indiana Cardinal
Hoosier State (1980–2019)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Irvine (IRV) Irvine, California Pacific Surfliner Connections are available to Metrolink's Inland Empire–Orange County Line and Orange County Line.
Jackson (JXN) Bus interchange Jackson, Michigan Wolverine
Lake Cities (1982–2004)
Jackson (JAN) Bus interchange Jackson, Mississippi City of New Orleans
Jacksonville (JAX) Jacksonville, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Sunset Limited (service suspended)
Champion (1971–1979)
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
Jefferson City (JEF) Jefferson City, Missouri Missouri River Runner
Ann Rutledge (1976–2009)
Kansas City Mule (1980–2009)
St. Louis Mule (1980–2009)
Jesup (JSP) Jesup, Georgia Silver Meteor
Johnstown (JST) Bus interchange Johnstown, Pennsylvania Pennsylvanian
Fort Pitt (1981–1983)
National Limited (1971–1979)
Three Rivers (1995–2005)
Joliet (JOL) Joliet, Illinois Lincoln Service
Texas Eagle
02014-01-012014 Connections are available to Metra's Heritage Corridor and Rock Island District.
Kalamazoo (KAL) Kalamazoo, Michigan Blue Water
Wolverine
International (1982–2004)
Lake Cities (1982–2004)
Kankakee (KKI) Kankakee, Illinois City of New Orleans
Illini
Saluki
Kannapolis (KAN) Kannapolis, North Carolina Carolinian
Piedmont
02004-01-012004
Kansas City (KCY) Kansas City, Missouri Missouri River Runner
Southwest Chief
Ann Rutledge (1976–2009)
Kansas City Mule (1980–2009)
St. Louis Mule (1980–2009)
02002-01-012002
Kelso (KEL) Kelso, Washington Amtrak Cascades
Coast Starlight
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Kewanee (KEE) Kewanee, Illinois Carl Sandburg
Illinois Zephyr
02012-01-012012
Kingman (KNG) Kingman, Arizona Southwest Chief
Kingston (KIN) Kingston, Rhode Island Northeast Regional 02017-01-012017
Kingstree (KTR) Kingstree, South Carolina Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Kirkwood (KWD) Kirkwood, Missouri Missouri River Runner
Ann Rutledge (1976–2009)
Kansas City Mule (1980–2009)
St. Louis Mule (1980–2009)
Kissimmee (KIS) Kissimmee, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Floridian (1975–1979)
01975-01-011975[33] Connections are available to SunRail.
Klamath Falls (KFS) Klamath Falls, Oregon Coast Starlight
L'Enfant Washington, DC Northeast Regional Connections are available to Virginia Railway Express and the Washington Metro. Limited Amtrak stations serve L'Enfant station as part of a cross-honoring agreement.[34]
La Crosse (LSE) Bus interchange La Crosse, Wisconsin Empire Builder
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
North Star (1978–1981)
Twin Cities Hiawatha (1972, 1977–1978)
La Grange Road (LAG) La Grange, Illinois Carl Sandburg
Illinois Zephyr
Connections are available to Metra's BNSF Railway Line
La Junta (LAJ) La Junta, Colorado Southwest Chief
La Plata (LAP) La Plata, Missouri Southwest Chief
Lafayette (LAF) Bus interchange Lafayette, Indiana Cardinal
Hoosier State (1980–2019)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Lafayette (LFT) Lafayette, Louisiana Sunset Limited
Lake Charles (LCH) Lake Charles, Louisiana Sunset Limited
Lakeland (LAK/LKL) Lakeland, Florida Silver Star Unique among Amtrak stations in having two station codes, due to the Silver Star stopping twice here (before and after reversing direction at Tampa). LAK is used when traveling to or from points north, and LKL likewise to or from points south.
Lamar (LMR) Lamar, Colorado Southwest Chief
Lamy (LMY) Lamy, New Mexico Southwest Chief
Lancaster (LNC) Lancaster, Pennsylvania Keystone Service
Pennsylvanian
National Limited (1971–1979)
01929-01-011929
Lapeer (LPE) Lapeer, Michigan Blue Water
International (1982–2004)
Las Vegas (LSV) Las Vegas, New Mexico Southwest Chief
Latrobe (LAB) Latrobe, Pennsylvania Pennsylvanian
Fort Pitt (1981–1983)
National Limited (1971–1979)
Three Rivers (1995–2005)
Laurel (LAU) Laurel, Mississippi Crescent Flag stop
Lawrence (LRC) Lawrence, Kansas Southwest Chief
Leavenworth (LWA) Bus interchange Leavenworth, Washington Empire Builder 02009-01-012009
Lee's Summit (LEE) Lee's Summit, Missouri Missouri River Runner
Ann Rutledge (1976–2009)
Kansas City Mule (1980–2009)
St. Louis Mule (1980–2009)
Lewistown (LEW) Lewiston, Pennsylvania Pennsylvanian
National Limited (1971–1979)
Three Rivers (1995–2005)
Lexington (LEX) Lexington, North Carolina Carolinian
Piedmont
Seasonal-only stop for the Lexington Barbecue Festival
Libby (LIB) Libby, Montana Empire Builder
Lincoln (LCN) Lincoln, Illinois Lincoln Service
Texas Eagle
02017-01-012017
Lincoln (LNK) Lincoln, Nebraska California Zephyr 02012-01-012012
Little Rock (LRK) Little Rock, Arkansas Texas Eagle
Lodi (LOD) Bus interchange Lodi, California San Joaquin 02002-01-012002
Lompoc–Surf (LPS) Surf, California Pacific Surfliner
Longview (LVW) Longview, Texas Texas Eagle
Lordsburg (LDB) Lordsburg, New Mexico Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
Lorton (LOR) Lorton, Virginia Auto Train 01971-01-011971
Los Angeles Union (LAX) Los Angeles, California Coast Starlight
Pacific Surfliner
Southwest Chief
Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
Desert Wind (1979–1995)
San Diegan (1971–2000)
01939-01-011939 Connections are available to Metrolink, the Los Angeles Metro Rail and the Los Angeles Metro Busway
Lynchburg–Kemper Street (LYH) Lynchburg, Virginia Cardinal
Crescent
Northeast Regional
01979-01-011979
Macomb (MAC) Macomb, Illinois Carl Sandburg
Illinois Zephyr
01913-01-011913
Madera (MAD) Madera, California San Joaquin 02010-01-012010
Malta (MAL) Malta, Montana Empire Builder 01993-01-011993[7]
Malvern (MVN) Malvern, Arkansas Texas Eagle Flag stop.
Manassas (MSS) Manassas, Virginia Cardinal
Northeast Regional
Connections are available to Virginia Railway Express's Manassas Line.
Maricopa (MRC) Maricopa, Arizona Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
01996-01-011996
Marks (MKS) Marks, Mississippi City of New Orleans 02018-01-012018
Marshall (MHL) Marshall, Texas Texas Eagle 01974-01-011974[35]
Martinez (MTZ) Martinez, California California Zephyr
Capitol Corridor
Coast Starlight
San Joaquin
02001-01-012001
Martinsburg (MRB) Martinsburg, West Virginia Capitol Limited
Shenandoah (1976–1981)
Connections are available to MARC Train's Brunswick Line
Mattoon (MAT) Mattoon, Illinois City of New Orleans
Illini
Saluki
01993-01-011993[7]
Maysville (MAY) Maysville, Kentucky Cardinal
James Whitcomb Riley (1977)
01977-01-011977[36]
McComb (MCB) McComb, Mississippi City of New Orleans 01993-01-011993[7]
McCook (MCK) McCook, Nebraska California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Denver Zephyr (1971–1973)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
01926-01-011926[37]
McGregor (MCG) McGregor, Texas Texas Eagle
Inter-American (1973–1981)
Lone Star (1974–1979)
Memphis Central (MEM) Memphis, Tennessee City of New Orleans 01914-01-011914
Mendota (MDT) Mendota, Illinois Carl Sandburg
Illinois Zephyr
Southwest Chief
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
Merced (MCD) Merced, California San Joaquin
Meriden (MDN) Meriden, Connecticut New Haven–Springfield Shuttle
Northeast Regional
Valley Flyer
Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
02017-01-012017 Connections are available to ConnDOT's Hartford Line
Meridian (MEI) Bus interchange Meridian, Mississippi Crescent
Metropark (MET) Iselin, New Jersey Acela Express
Keystone Service
Northeast Regional
Palmetto
Vermonter
Colonial (1976–1992)
01971-01-011971 Connections are available to New Jersey Transit's Northeast Corridor Line
Miami (MIA) Miami, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Floridian (1978–1979)
Michigan City (MCI) Michigan City, Indiana Wolverine 01981-01-011981[38]
Middletown (MID) Middletown, Pennsylvania Keystone Service
Milwaukee (MKE) Bus interchange Milwaukee, Wisconsin Empire Builder
Hiawatha Service
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
North Star (1978–1981)
Twin Cities Hiawatha (1972, 1977–1978)
01965-01-011965 02007-01-012007 Connections are available to The Hop M-Line streetcar.
Milwaukee Airport (MKA) Milwaukee, Wisconsin Hiawatha Service 02005-01-012005
Mineola (MIN) Mineola, Texas Texas Eagle 01996-01-011996[39]
Minot (MOT) Minot, North Dakota Empire Builder
Modesto (MOD) Modesto, California San Joaquin 01999-01-011999
Montgomery (MNG) Montgomery, West Virginia Cardinal
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Montpelier (MPR) Montpelier, Vermont Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Montreal (MTR) Montreal, Quebec Adirondack
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Connections are available to Exo and Via Rail
Moorpark (MPK) Moorpark, California Pacific Surfliner 01992-01-011992 Connections are available to Metrolink's Ventura County Line.
Mount Joy (MJY) Mount Joy, Pennsylvania Keystone Service 02019-01-012019[40]
Mount Pleasant (MTP) Mount Pleasant, Iowa California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Denver Zephyr (1971–1973)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
Mount Vernon (MVW) Bus interchange Mount Vernon, Washington Amtrak Cascades 01995-01-011995[10] 01981-01-011981
Mystic (MYS) Mystic, Connecticut Northeast Regional
Naperville (NPV) Naperville, Illinois California Zephyr
Carl Sandburg
Illinois Zephyr
Southwest Chief
01910-01-011910 Connections are available to Metra's BNSF Railway Line
Needles (NDL) Needles, California Southwest Chief
Desert Wind (1979–1995)
New Brunswick (NBK) New Brunswick, New Jersey Keystone Service
Northeast Regional
Palmetto
01838-01-011838 01903-01-011903 Connections are available to New Jersey Transit's Northeast Corridor Line
New Buffalo (NBU) New Buffalo, Michigan Blue Water
Wolverine
02009-01-012009
New Carrollton (NCR) New Carrollton, Maryland Northeast Regional
Palmetto
Vermonter
Acela Express (2000–2003)
Colonial (1976–1992)
01983-01-011983 Connections are available to MARC Train and the Washington Metro.
New Haven Union (NHV) New Haven, Connecticut Acela Express
New Haven–Springfield Shuttle
Northeast Regional
Vermonter
Cape Codder (1986–1996)
Colonial (1976–1992)
Montrealer (1972–1995)
01920-01-011920 Connections are available to Metro-North Railroad, along with ConnDOT's Hartford Line and Shore Line East
New Haven State Street (STS) New Haven, Connecticut New Haven–Springfield Shuttle
Northeast Regional
02002-01-012002 02018-01-012018 Connections are available to Metro-North Railroad, along with ConnDOT's Hartford Line and Shore Line East
New Iberia (NIB) New Iberia, Louisiana Sunset Limited
New London (NLC) Bus interchange New London, Connecticut Acela Express
Northeast Regional
Connections are available to ConnDOT's Shore Line East
New Orleans (NOL) New Orleans, Louisiana City of New Orleans
Crescent
Sunset Limited
Panama Limited (1971–1981)
01954-01-011954 02005-01-012005
New Rochelle (NRO) New Rochelle, New York Northeast Regional 01987-01-011987 Connections are available to Metro-North Railroad's New Haven Line
New York Penn (NYP) New York, New York Adirondack
Acela Express
Cardinal
Carolinian
Crescent
Empire Service
Ethan Allen Express
Keystone Service
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Pennsylvanian
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Cape Codder (1986–1996)
Colonial (1976–1992)
Hilltopper (1978–1979)
Montrealer (1972–1995)
National Limited (1971–1979)
Three Rivers (1995–2005)
01910-01-011910 01964-01-011964 Connections are available to Long Island Rail Road, New York City Subway and New Jersey Transit.
New York State Fair (NYF) Syracuse, New York Empire Service
Maple Leaf
02002-01-012002 Seasonal-only stop for the New York State Fair
Newark (NRK) Newark, Delaware Northeast Regional 01877-01-011877 Connections are available to SEPTA's Wilmington/Newark Line
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) Newark, New Jersey Keystone Service
Northeast Regional
02001-01-012001 Connections are available to New Jersey Transit and the AirTrain Newark
Newark Penn (NWK) Newark, New Jersey Adirondack
Acela Express
Cardinal
Carolinian
Crescent
Empire Service
Ethan Allen Express
Keystone Service
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Pennsylvanian
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Colonial (1976–1992)
Montrealer (1972–1995)
01935-01-011935 Connections are available to Newark Light Rail, New Jersey Transit and Port Authority Trans-Hudson.
Newbern–Dyersburg (NBN) Newbern, Tennessee City of New Orleans 01992-01-011992[31]
Newport News (NPN) Bus interchange Newport News, Virginia Northeast Regional
Colonial (1976–1992)
George Washington (1971–1976)
01981-01-011981
Newton (NEW) Bus interchange Newton, Kansas Southwest Chief
Niagara Falls (NFL) Niagara Falls, New York Empire Service
Maple Leaf
02016-01-012016[41]
Niagara Falls (NFS) Niagara Falls, Ontario Maple Leaf 01879-01-011879 Connections are available to Go Transit and Via Rail
Niles (NLS) Niles, Michigan Blue Water
Wolverine
International (1982–2004)
Lake Cities (1982–2004)
Norfolk (NFK) Bus interchange Norfolk, Virginia Northeast Regional 02012-01-012012 02013-01-012013 Connections are available to Tide Light Rail
Norman (NOR) Norman, Oklahoma Heartland Flyer
Lone Star (1974–1979)
Texas Chief (1971–1974)
01999-01-011999 01979-01-011979
North Carolina State Fair (NSF) Raleigh, North Carolina Carolinian Seasonal-only stop for the North Carolina State Fair
Northampton (NHT) Northampton, Massachusetts Valley Flyer
Vermonter
02014-01-012014
Oakland Coliseum (OAC) Oakland, California Capitol Corridor 02005-01-012005 Connections are available to Bay Area Rapid Transit.
Oakland–Jack London Square (OKJ) Bus interchange Oakland, California Capitol Corridor
Coast Starlight
San Joaquin
01995-01-011995
Oakville (OKL) Oakville, Ontario Maple Leaf Connections are available to Go Transit and Via Rail
Oceanside (OSD) Oceanside, California Pacific Surfliner 01886-01-011886 01984-01-011984 Connections are available to Metrolink's Inland Empire–Orange County Line and Orange County Line, along with COASTER and SPRINTER.
Okeechobee (OKE) Okeechobee, Florida Silver Star
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
01986-01-011986[42] 02011-01-012011
Oklahoma City (OKC) Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Heartland Flyer
Lone Star (1974–1979)
Texas Chief (1971–1974)
01999-01-011999 01979-01-011979
Old Orchard Beach (ORB) Old Orchard Beach, Maine Downeaster 02003-01-012003
Old Saybrook (OSB) Old Saybrook, Connecticut Northeast Regional 01873-01-011873 02002-01-012002 Connections are available to ConnDOT's Shore Line East
Olympia–Lacey (OWL) Lacey, Washington Amtrak Cascades
Coast Starlight
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Omaha (OMA) Omaha, Nebraska California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Denver Zephyr (1971–1973)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
01983-01-011983
Ontario (ONA) Bus interchange Ontario, California Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
Oregon City (ORC) Bus interchange Oregon City, Oregon Amtrak Cascades 02004-01-012004
Orlando (ORL) Bus interchange Orlando, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Sunset Limited (service suspended)
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
Connections are available to SunRail.
Osceola (OSC) Osceola, Iowa California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Denver Zephyr (1971–1973)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
Ottumwa (OTM) Ottumwa, Iowa California Zephyr
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Denver Zephyr (1971–1973)
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
01951-01-011951[43]
Oxnard (OXN) Bus interchange Oxnard, California Coast Starlight
Pacific Surfliner
01987-01-011987 Connections are available to Metrolink's Ventura County Line.
Palatka (PAK) Palatka, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Sunset Limited (service suspended)
Palm Springs (PSN) Palm Springs, California Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
01997-01-011997
Paoli (PAO) Paoli, Pennsylvania Keystone Service
Pennsylvanian
Connections are available to SEPTA's Paoli/Thorndale Line
Parkesburg (PAR) Parkesburg, Pennsylvania Keystone Service
Pennsylvanian
Pasco (PSC) Bus interchange Pasco, Washington Empire Builder 01998-01-011998
Paso Robles (PRB) Bus interchange Paso Robles, California Coast Starlight
Petersburg (PTB) Petersburg, Virginia Carolinian
Northeast Regional
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Champion (1971–1979)
Colonial (1976–1992)
01955-01-011955
Pauls Valley (PVL) Pauls Valley, Oklahoma Heartland Flyer
Lone Star (1974–1979)
Texas Chief (1971–1974)
01999-01-011999 01979-01-011979
Philadelphia 30th Street (PHL) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Acela Express
Cardinal
Carolinian
Crescent
Empire Service
Ethan Allen Express
Keystone Service
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Pennsylvanian
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Colonial (1976–1992)
Montrealer (1972–1995)
01933-01-011933 Connections are available to New Jersey Transit's Atlantic City Line and SEPTA Regional Rail.
Philadelphia North (PHN) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Keystone Service
Northeast Regional
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Connections are available to SEPTA's Chestnut Hill West Line and Trenton Line
Picayune (PIC) Picayune, Mississippi Crescent 02008-01-012008
Pittsburgh (PGH) Bus interchange Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Pennsylvanian
Fort Pitt (1981–1983)
Broadway Limited (1971–1995)
National Limited (1971–1979)
Three Rivers (1995–2005)
Pittsfield (PIT) Pittsfield, Massachusetts Lake Shore Limited 01975-01-011975 02004-01-012004
Plano (PLO) Plano, Illinois Carl Sandburg
Illinois Zephyr
01913-01-011913
Plattsburgh (PLB) Plattsburgh, New York Adirondack
Pomona (POS) Pomona, California Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
Connections are available to Metrolink's Riverside Line.
Pontiac (PON) Pontiac, Illinois Lincoln Service
Ann Rutledge (1976–2007)
02017-01-012017
Pontiac (PNT) Pontiac, Michigan Wolverine 02011-01-012011
Poplar Bluff (PBF) Poplar Bluff, Missouri Texas Eagle
Port Henry (POH) Port Henry, New York Adirondack
Port Huron (PTH) Port Huron, Michigan Blue Water
International (1982–2004)
01979-01-011979
Port Kent (PRK) Port Kent, New York Adirondack 01977-01-011977[44] Seasonal-only stop; station opened on April 24, 1977.
Portage (POG) Portage, Wisconsin Empire Builder
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
North Star (1978–1981)
Twin Cities Hiawatha (1972, 1977–1978)
Portland (POR) Bus interchange Portland, Maine Downeaster 02001-01-012001
Portland (PDX) Bus interchange Portland, Oregon Amtrak Cascades
Coast Starlight
Empire Builder
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Poughkeepsie (POU) Poughkeepsie, New York Adirondack
Empire Service
Ethan Allen Express
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Lake Shore (1971–1972)
Connections are available to Metro-North Railroad's Hudson Line
Prince (PRC) Prince, West Virginia Cardinal
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Princeton (PCT) Princeton, Illinois California Zephyr
Carl Sandburg
Illinois Zephyr
Southwest Chief
Princeton Junction (PJC) West Windsor, New Jersey Keystone Service
Northeast Regional
Palmetto
Pennsylvanian
Providence (PVD) Providence, Rhode Island Acela Express
Northeast Regional
01998-01-011998 Connections are available to MBTA's Providence/Stoughton Line
Provo (PRO) Provo, Utah California Zephyr
Pioneer (1983–1991)
Desert Wind (1983–1997)
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
02002-01-012002
Purcell (PUR) Purcell, Oklahoma Heartland Flyer
Lone Star (1974–1979)
Texas Chief (1971–1974)
01999-01-011999 02001-01-012001 01979-01-011979
Quantico (QAN) Quantico, Virginia Carolinian
Northeast Regional
01971-01-011971 Connections are available to Virginia Railway Express's Fredericksburg Line.
Quincy (QCY) Quincy, Illinois Carl Sandburg
Illinois Zephyr
01985-01-011985
Raleigh Union (RGH) Raleigh, North Carolina Carolinian
Piedmont
Silver Star
02018-01-012018
Randolph (RPH) Randolph, Vermont Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Rantoul (RTL) Rantoul, Illinois Illini
Saluki
City of New Orleans (1981–1996)
Panama Limited (1971–1981)
Raton (RAT) Raton, New Mexico Southwest Chief
Red Wing (RDW) Red Wing, Minnesota Empire Builder
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
North Star (1978–1981)
Twin Cities Hiawatha (1972, 1977–1978)
Redding (RDD) Bus interchange Redding, California Coast Starlight
Reno (RNO) Reno, Nevada California Zephyr
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
01926-01-011926 02007-01-012007
Rensselaer (REN) Rensselaer, Indiana Cardinal
Hoosier State (1980–2019)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
01981-01-011981[45] 02013-01-012013 The station opened on the Hoosier State on April 26, 1981.[45]
Rhinecliff–Kingston (RHI) Rhinecliff, New York Adirondack
Empire Service
Ethan Allen Express
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
01914-01-011914
Richmond (RIC) Richmond, California California Zephyr
Capitol Corridor
San Joaquin
01978-01-011978 02007-01-012007 Connections are available to Bay Area Rapid Transit.
Richmond Staples Mill Road (RVR) Bus interchange Dumbarton, Virginia Carolinian
Northeast Regional
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Champion (1971–1979)
Colonial (1976–1992)
01975-01-011975
Richmond Main Street (RVM) Bus interchange Richmond, Virginia Northeast Regional 02003-01-012003
Riverside (RIV) Riverside, California Southwest Chief
Desert Wind (1979–1984)
02002-01-012002 01984-01-011984 Connections are available to Metrolink's 91/Perris Valley Line, Inland Empire–Orange County Line and Riverside Line.
Roanoke (RNK) Bus interchange Roanoke, Virginia Northeast Regional
Hilltopper (1975–1977)
Mountaineer (1977–1979)
01975-01-011975 02017-01-012017 01979-01-011979
Rochester (ROC) Rochester, New York Empire Service
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Lake Shore (1971–1972)
01914-01-011914 02017-01-012017
Rocklin (RLN) Rocklin, California Capitol Corridor
Rocky Mount (RMT) Rocky Mount, North Carolina Carolinian
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
01893-01-011893 02000-01-012000
Rome (ROM) Rome, New York Empire Service
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
01914-01-011914 02017-01-012017
Roseville (RSV) Bus interchange Roseville, California California Zephyr
Coast Starlight
01994-01-011994
Rouses Point (RSP) Rouses Point, New York Adirondack 01889-01-011889 02014-01-012014
Royal Oak (ROY) Royal Oak, Michigan Wolverine
Rugby (RUG) Rugby, North Dakota Empire Builder 01907-01-011907
Rutland (RUD) Rutland, Vermont Ethan Allen Express 01996-01-011996 01999-01-011999
Saco–Biddeford (SAO) Saco, Maine Downeaster 02001-01-012001
Sacramento (SAC) Bus interchange Sacramento, California California Zephyr
Capitol Corridor
Coast Starlight
San Joaquin
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
01926-01-011926 Connections are available to Sacramento RT Light Rail's Gold Line.
Salem (SLM) Bus interchange Salem, Oregon Amtrak Cascades
Coast Starlight
Pacific International (1972–1981)
02019-12-142019 02000-01-012000
Salinas (SNS) Bus interchange Salinas, California Coast Starlight 01941-01-011941
Salisbury (SAL) Salisbury, North Carolina Carolinian
Piedmont
01908-01-011908
Salt Lake City (SLC) Salt Lake City, Utah California Zephyr 01999-01-011999 Connections are available to UTA's FrontRunner and TRAX Blue Line.fA
San Antonio (SAS) San Antonio, Texas Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
01998-01-011998
San Bernardino (SNB) Bus interchange San Bernardino, California Southwest Chief
Desert Wind (1979–1997)
01971-01-011971 Connections are available to Metrolink's Inland Empire–Orange County Line and San Bernardino Line.
San Clemente Pier (SNP) San Clemente, California Pacific Surfliner Connections are available to Metrolink's Inland Empire–Orange County Line and Orange County Line.
San Diego Old Town (OLT) Bus interchange San Diego, California Pacific Surfliner
San Diegan (1971–2000)
01994-01-011994 Connections are available to COASTER and Green Line of the San Diego Trolley.
San Diego Santa Fe Depot (SAN) Bus interchange San Diego, California Pacific Surfliner
San Diegan (1971–2000)
01971-01-011971 Connections are available to COASTER and Green Line of the San Diego Trolley.
San Jose Diridon (SJC) Bus interchange San Jose, California Capitol Corridor
Coast Starlight
01935-01-011935 Connections are available to Altamont Commuter Express and Caltrain
San Juan Capistrano (SNC) San Juan Capistrano, California Pacific Surfliner 01974-01-011974 Connections are available to Metrolink's Inland Empire–Orange County Line and Orange County Line.
San Luis Obispo (SLO) San Luis Obispo, California Coast Starlight
Pacific Surfliner
San Marcos (SMC) San Marcos, Texas Texas Eagle 02001-01-012001
Sanderson (SND) Sanderson, Texas Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
01882-01-011882 Flag stop.
Sandpoint (SPT) Sandpoint, Idaho Empire Builder 01916-01-011916
Sandusky (SKY) Sandusky, Ohio Capitol Limited
Lake Shore Limited
Pennsylvanian (1998–2003)
01892-01-011892
Sanford (SFA) Sanford, Florida Auto Train 01983-01-011983 02010-01-012010
Santa Ana (SNA) Bus interchange Santa Ana, California Pacific Surfliner Connections are available to Metrolink's Inland Empire–Orange County Line and Orange County Line.
Santa Barbara (SBA) Bus interchange Santa Barbara, California Coast Starlight
Pacific Surfliner
Santa Clara – Great America (GAC) Santa Clara, California Capitol Corridor 01993-01-011993 Connections are available to Altamont Commuter Express.
Santa Clara (SCC) Santa Clara, California Capitol Corridor 02012-01-012012 Connections are available to Altamont Commuter Express and Caltrain.
Saratoga Springs (SAR) Saratoga Springs, New York Adirondack
Ethan Allen Express
01959-01-011959 02004-01-012004
Savannah (SAV) Savannah, Georgia Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
01962-01-011962
Schenectady (SDY) Rensselaer, New York Adirondack
Empire Service
Ethan Allen Express
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Lake Shore (1971–1972)
01979-01-011979 02018-01-012018
Schriever (SCH) Schriever, Louisiana Sunset Limited 01975-01-011975[46]
Seattle King Street (SEA) Bus interchange Seattle, Washington Amtrak Cascades
Coast Starlight
Empire Builder
Pacific International (1972–1981)
01906-01-011906 Connections are available to Sounder and the Rocky Mountaineer
Sebring (SBG) Sebring, Florida Silver Star
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
01924-01-011924
Sedalia (SED) Sedalia, Missouri Missouri River Runner
Ann Rutledge (1976–2009)
Kansas City Mule (1980–2009)
St. Louis Mule (1980–2009)
01886-01-011886
Selma (SSM) Selma, North Carolina Carolinian
Palmetto
01867-01-011867
Shelby (SBY) Shelby, Montana Empire Builder
Simi Valley (SIM) Simi Valley, California Pacific Surfliner 01986-01-011986 Connections are available to Metrolink's Ventura County Line.
Slidell (SDL) Slidell, Louisiana Crescent
Solana Beach (SOL) Solana Beach, California Pacific Surfliner
San Diegan (1994–2000)
01994-01-011994 Connections are available to COASTER.
South Bend (SOB) South Bend, Indiana Capitol Limited
Lake Shore Limited
Lake Shore (1971–1972)
Pennsylvanian (1998–2003)
01970-01-011970[47]
South Portsmouth–South Shore (SPM) South Shore, Kentucky Cardinal
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Southern Pines (SOP) Southern Pines, North Carolina Silver Star
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
01898-01-011898 01993-01-011993[7]
Spartanburg (SPB) Spartanburg, South Carolina Crescent
Spokane (SPK) Spokane, Washington Empire Builder
Springfield (SPI) Springfield, Illinois Lincoln Service
Texas Eagle
Springfield (SPG) Springfield, Massachusetts Lake Shore Limited
New Haven–Springfield Shuttle
Northeast Regional
Valley Flyer
Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Connections are available to ConnDOT's Hartford Line
St. Albans (SAB) St. Albans, Vermont Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
01972-01-011972
St. Catharines (SCA) St. Catharines, Ontario Maple Leaf 01853-01-011853 Connections are available to Go Transit
St. Cloud (SCD) St. Cloud, Minnesota Empire Builder
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
St. Joseph–Benton Harbor (SJM) St. Joseph, Michigan Pere Marquette
Saint-Lambert (SLQ) Saint-Lambert, Quebec Adirondack Connections are available to Exo and Via Rail
St. Louis Gateway (STL) Bus interchange St. Louis, Missouri Lincoln Service
Missouri River Runner
Texas Eagle
02008-01-012008
St. Paul (MSP) St. Paul, Minnesota Empire Builder 02011-01-012011
Stamford (STM) New Haven, Connecticut Acela Express
New Haven–Springfield Shuttle
Northeast Regional
Vermonter
Cape Codder (1986–1996)
Colonial (1976–1992)
Montrealer (1972–1995)
01849-01-011849 Connections are available to Metro-North Railroad, along with ConnDOT's Shore Line East
Stanley (STN) Stanley, North Dakota Empire Builder
Stanwood (STW) Stanwood, Washington Amtrak Cascades 02009-01-012009
Staples (SPL) Staples, Minnesota Empire Builder
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
Staunton (STA) Staunton, Virginia Cardinal
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Stockton (SKT) Bus interchange Stockton, California San Joaquin Connections are available to Altamont Commuter Express.
Stockton–San Joaquin Street (SKN) Stockton, California San Joaquin
Sturtevant (SVT) Sturtevant, Wisconsin Hiawatha Service 02006-01-012006
Suisun–Fairfield (SUI) Suisun City, California Capitol Corridor
California Zephyr (1983–1998)
Summit (SMT) Summit, Illinois Lincoln Service
Ann Rutledge (1976–2007)
02014-01-012014 Connections are available to Metra's Heritage Corridor.
Syracuse (SYR) Syracuse, New York Empire Service
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Lake Shore (1971–1972)
01998-01-011998 02017-01-012017
Tacoma (TAC) Tacoma, Washington Amtrak Cascades
Coast Starlight
Pioneer (1984–1997)
01984-01-011984[48]
Tampa (TPA) Tampa, Florida Silver Star
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
Taylor (TAY) Taylor, Texas Texas Eagle
Temple (TPL) Bus interchange Temple, Texas Texas Eagle 01993-01-011993[7]
Texarkana (TXA) Texarkana, Arkansas Texas Eagle 01930-01-011930
Thurmond (THN) Thurmond, West Virginia Cardinal
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Flag stop.
Ticonderoga (FTC) Ticonderoga, New York Adirondack 01991-01-011991
Toccoa (TCA) Toccoa, Georgia Crescent
Toledo (TOL) Toledo, Ohio Capitol Limited
Lake Shore Limited
Lake Cities (1980–1995)
Lake Shore (1971–1972)
Pennsylvanian (1998–2003)
Tomah (TOH) Tomah, Wisconsin Empire Builder
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
North Star (1978–1981)
Twin Cities Hiawatha (1972, 1977–1978)
Topeka (TOP) Topeka, Kansas Southwest Chief 01950-01-011950
Toronto Union (TWO) Toronto, Ontario Maple Leaf
International (1982–2004)
01927-01-011927 Connections are available to Go Transit, Union Pearson Express and Via Rail
Trenton (TRE) Trenton, New Jersey Acela Express
Cardinal
Carolinian
Crescent
Empire Service
Ethan Allen Express
Keystone Service
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Pennsylvanian
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Colonial (1976–1992)
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Connections are available to New Jersey Transit's Northeast Corridor Line and RiverLINE along with SEPTA's Trenton Line.
Trinidad (TRI) Trinidad, Colorado Southwest Chief
Troy (TRM) Troy, Michigan Wolverine 02014-01-012014[49]
Truckee (TRU) Bus interchange Truckee, California California Zephyr
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
Tucson (TUS) Tucson, Arizona Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle
02019-12-142019
Tukwila (TUK) Tukwila, Washington Amtrak Cascades 02001-01-012001 Connections are available to Sounder.
Turlock–Denair (TRK) Denair, California San Joaquin
Tuscaloosa (TCL) Tuscaloosa, Alabama Crescent
Tyrone (TYR) Bus interchange Tyrone, Pennsylvania Pennsylvanian
Utica (UCA) Utica, New York Empire Service
Lake Shore Limited
Maple Leaf
Lake Shore (1971–1972)
01914-01-011914 Connections are available for the Adirondack Scenic Railroad
Van Nuys (VNC) Bus interchange Van Nuys, California Coast Starlight
Pacific Surfliner
01982-01-011982 Connections are available to Metrolink's Ventura County Line.
Vancouver Pacific Central (VAC) Vancouver, British Columbia Amtrak Cascades
Pacific International (1972–1981)
01906-01-011906 Connections are available to VIA Rail and the Rocky Mountaineer
Vancouver (VAN) Vancouver, Washington Amtrak Cascades
Coast Starlight
Empire Builder
Pioneer (1977–1997)
Ventura (VEC) Bus interchange Ventura, California Pacific Surfliner 01992-01-011992
Victorville (VRV) Victorville, California Southwest Chief
Desert Wind (1979–1995)
Wallingford (WFD) Wallingford, Connecticut New Haven–Springfield Shuttle
Northeast Regional
Valley Flyer
Montrealer (1972–1995)
02017-01-012017 Connections are available to ConnDOT's Hartford Line
Walnut Ridge (WNR) Walnut Ridge, Arkansas Texas Eagle
Inter-American (1973–1981)
Eagle (1981–1988)
Warrensburg (WAR) Warrensburg, Missouri Missouri River Runner
Ann Rutledge (1976–2009)
Kansas City Mule (1980–2009)
St. Louis Mule (1980–2009)
01890-01-011890
Wasco (WAC) Wasco, California San Joaquin 01975-01-011975 02006-01-012006
Washington Union (WAS) Bus interchange Washington, D.C. Acela Express
Cardinal
Carolinian
Crescent
Northeast Regional
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Vermonter
Colonial (1976–1992)
Hilltopper (1975–1977)
Mountaineer (1977–1979)
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Shenandoah (1976–1981)
Connections are available to MARC Train. Virginia Railway Express and the Washington Metro.
Washington (WAH) Washington, Missouri Missouri River Runner
Ann Rutledge (1976–2009)
Kansas City Mule (1980–2009)
St. Louis Mule (1980–2009)
Waterbury–Stowe (WAB) Waterbury, Vermont Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Waterloo (WTI) Waterloo, Indiana Capitol Limited
Lake Shore Limited
Pennsylvanian (1998–2003)
01990-01-011990
Wells (WEM) Wells, Maine Downeaster 02001-01-012001
Wenatchee (WEN) Bus interchange Wenatchee, Washington Empire Builder 01981-01-011981[11] 01997-01-011997
West Glacier (WGL) West Glacier, Montana Empire Builder
West Palm Beach (WPB) West Palm Beach, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
Connections are available to Tri-Rail.
Westerly (WLY) Westerly, Rhode Island Northeast Regional
Westport (WSP) Westport, New York Adirondack
Westwood – Route 128 (RTE) Westwood, Massachusetts Acela Express
Northeast Regional
Beacon Hill (1978–1981)
Colonial (1976–1992)
Connections are available to MBTA Commuter Rail's Providence/Stoughton Line.
White River Junction (WRJ) White River Junction, Vermont Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
White Sulphur Springs (WSS) White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia Cardinal
George Washington (1971–1976)
James Whitcomb Riley (1971–1977)
Whitefish (WFH) Whitefish, Montana Empire Builder
Whitehall (WHL) Whitehall, New York Adirondack 01974-01-011974[28] 02017-01-012017
Williamsburg (WBG) Williamsburg, Virginia Northeast Regional
George Washington (1971–1976)
Colonial (1976–1992)
Williston (WTN) Williston, North Dakota Empire Builder
Wilmington (WIL) Wilmington, Delaware Acela Express
Cardinal
Carolinian
Crescent
Northeast Regional
Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Vermonter
Colonial (1976–1992)
Hilltopper (1975–1977)
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Connections are available to SEPTA's Wilmington/Newark Line
Wilson (WLN) Bus interchange Wilson, North Carolina Carolinian
Palmetto
Windsor (WND) Windsor, Connecticut New Haven–Springfield Shuttle
Northeast Regional
Valley Flyer
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Connections are available to ConnDOT's Hartford Line
Windsor–Mt. Ascutney (WNM) Windsor, Vermont Vermonter
Montrealer (1972–1995)
Windsor Locks (WNL) Windsor Locks, Connecticut New Haven–Springfield Shuttle
Northeast Regional
Valley Flyer
Montrealer (1972–1995)
01981-01-011981 Connections are available to ConnDOT's Hartford Line
Winnemucca (WNN) Winnemucca, Nevada California Zephyr
San Francisco Zephyr (1972–1983)
02012-01-012012
Winona (WIN) Bus interchange Winona, Minnesota Empire Builder
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
North Star (1978–1981)
Twin Cities Hiawatha (1972, 1977–1978)
Winslow (WLO) Winslow, Arizona Southwest Chief
Winter Haven (WTH) Winter Haven, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
Winter Park (WPK) Winter Park, Florida Silver Meteor
Silver Star
Sunset Limited (service suspended)
Floridian (1971–1979)
South Wind (1971)
Connections are available to SunRail.
Wisconsin Dells (WDL) Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin Empire Builder
North Coast Hiawatha (1971–1979)
North Star (1978–1981)
Twin Cities Hiawatha (1972, 1977–1978)
Wishram (WIH) Wishram, Washington Empire Builder 01981-01-011981[11]
Woburn–Anderson (WOB) Woburn, Massachusetts Downeaster 02001-01-012001 Connections are available to MBTA's Haverhill Line and Lowell Line
Wolf Point (WPT) Wolf Point, Montana Empire Builder
Woodbridge (WDB) Woodbridge, Virginia Northeast Regional
Carolinian (1995–1999)
01992-01-011992 Connections are available to Virginia Railway Express's Fredericksburg Line.
Worcester (WOR) Worcester, Massachusetts Lake Shore Limited Connections are available to MBTA's Framingham/Worcester Line.
Yazoo City (YAZ) Yazoo City, Mississippi City of New Orleans 01995-01-011995[30]
Yemassee (YEM) Yemassee, South Carolina Palmetto
Silver Meteor
Yonkers (YNY) Croton-on-Hudson, New York Adirondack
Empire Service
Ethan Allen Express
Maple Leaf
Connections are available to Metro-North Railroad's Hudson Line
Yuma (YUM) Yuma, Arizona Sunset Limited
Texas Eagle

Suspended stations[edit]

Station Location Lines Opened Rebuilt Agency closed Station closed Notes
Atmore (ATR) Atmore, Alabama Sunset Limited
Gulf Breeze (1989–1995)
Service has been suspended on the Sunset Limited east of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the tracks on August 29, 2005.
Bay St. Louis (BAS) Bay St. Louis, Mississippi Sunset Limited Service has been suspended on the Sunset Limited east of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the tracks on August 29, 2005.
Biloxi (BIX) Biloxi, Mississippi Sunset Limited Service has been suspended on the Sunset Limited east of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the tracks on August 29, 2005.
Chipley (CIP) Chipley, Florida Sunset Limited Service has been suspended on the Sunset Limited east of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the tracks on August 29, 2005.
Crestview (CSV) Crestview, Florida Sunset Limited 01993-01-011993 Service has been suspended on the Sunset Limited east of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the tracks on August 29, 2005.
Gulfport (GUF) Gulfport, Mississippi Sunset Limited 01993-01-011993 Service has been suspended on the Sunset Limited east of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the tracks on August 29, 2005.
Lake City (LEC) Lake City, Florida Sunset Limited Service has been suspended on the Sunset Limited east of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the tracks on August 29, 2005.
Madison (MDO) Madison, Florida Sunset Limited 01993-01-011993 Service has been suspended on the Sunset Limited east of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the tracks on August 29, 2005.
Mobile (MOE) Mobile, Alabama Sunset Limited
Gulf Breeze (1989–1995)
Service has been suspended on the Sunset Limited east of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the tracks on August 29, 2005.
Pascagoula (PAG) Pascagoula, Mississippi Sunset Limited Service has been suspended on the Sunset Limited east of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the tracks on August 29, 2005.
Pensacola (PNS) Pensacola, Florida Sunset Limited 01993-01-011993 Service has been suspended on the Sunset Limited east of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the tracks on August 29, 2005.
Tacoma Dome (TAC) Tacoma, Washington Amtrak Cascades
Coast Starlight
02017-01-012017 Intended to replace the Tacoma station as part of the Point Defiance Bypass. The station has been closed for Amtrak use since the 2017 Washington train derailment in DuPont, Washington. Trains have been using the previous Tacoma station. Connections are available to Sounder and Tacoma Link.
Tallahassee (TLH) Tallahassee, Florida Sunset Limited 01993-01-011993 Service has been suspended on the Sunset Limited east of New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina destroyed the tracks on August 29, 2005.

Closed stations[edit]

Future stations[edit]

Station Location Lines Opened Rebuilt Agency closed Station closed Notes
Bath Bath, Maine Downeaster Seasonal-only stop. The station is part of the Downeaster extension to Rockland during the summer.[50]
Burlington Union Burlington, Vermont Ethan Allen Express Station to open as an extension of the Ethan Allen Express from Rutland to Burlington[51]
Geneseo Geneseo, Illinois Illinois Service Under construction extension to the Quad Cities.
Newcastle Newcastle, Maine Downeaster Seasonal-only stop. The station is part of the Downeaster extension to Rockland during the summer.[50]
Middlebury Middlebury, Vermont Ethan Allen Express Station to open as an extension of the Ethan Allen Express from Rutland to Burlington.[51]
Moline Moline, Illinois Illinois Service Under construction extension to the Quad Cities.
Rockland Rockland, Maine Downeaster Seasonal-only stop. The station is part of the Downeaster extension to Rockland during the summer.[50]
Vergennes Vergennes, Vermont Ethan Allen Express Station to open as an extension of the Ethan Allen Express from Rutland to Burlington[51]
Wiscasset Wiscasset, Maine Downeaster Seasonal-only stop. The station is part of the Downeaster extension to Rockland during the summer.[50]

Thruway Motorcoach stations[edit]

Stop Location Connection
Abbotsford (ABB) Abbotsford, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Absecon (ABN) NJ Transit Absecon, New Jersey Philadelphia–30th Street
Alamosa (AMC) Alamosa, Colorado Denver
Alanson (ALA) Alanson, Michigan Kalamazoo
Allegany College (CUA) Cumberland, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Allentown (AWN) Allentown, Pennsylvania Philadelphia–30th Street
West Allentown Allentown, Pennsylvania Philadelphia–30th Street
Allentown/Lehigh Valley Airport Allentown, Pennsylvania Philadelphia–30th Street
Alma–DART Terminal (AAM) Alma, Michigan Battle Creek
Kalamazoo
Alpena (ALM) Alpena, Michigan Kalamazoo
Appleton (APP) Appleton, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Arcata (ARC) Arcata, California Martinez
Ashland (AHL) Ashland, Oregon Klamath Falls
Astoria (ART) Astoria, Oregon Portland
Atascadero (ATA) Atascadero, California San Jose Diridon
Santa Barbara
Atco (ATO) NJ Transit Atco, New Jersey Philadelphia–30th Street
Atlantic City (ACY) NJ Transit Atlantic City, New Jersey Philadelphia–30th Street
Augusta (AGM) Augusta, Maine Portland (POR)
Baker City (BAK) Baker City, Oregon Portland (PDX)
Bangor (BAN) Bangor, Maine Portland (POR)
Bath (BAT) Bath, Maine Portland (POR)
Baton Rouge (BTR) Baton Rouge, Louisiana New Orleans
Bay City (BCY) Bay City, Michigan Kalamazoo
Beaver Dam (BVD) Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Columbus
Beaverton (BVT) Beaverton, Oregon Portland
Belfast (BFT) Belfast, Maine Portland (POR)
Bend–Hawthorne Intermodal Center (BND) Bend, Oregon Chemult
Eugene–Springfield
Bend–Riverhouse Resort (BDR) Bend, Oregon Chemult
Berlin (BIN) Berlin, New Hampshire Boston South
Big Rapids (BGP) Big Rapids, Michigan Kalamazoo
Biloxi (BIG) Biloxi, Mississippi Jackson (JAN)
Blacksburg (BLK) Blacksburg, Virginia Roanoke
Boise (BOI) Boise, Idaho Salt Lake City
Bradenton (BDT) Bradenton, Florida Orlando
Brewster (BWW) Brewster, Washington Wenatchee
Brookings (BKO) Brookings, Oregon Klamath Falls
Brunswick–Bowdoin College Brunswick, Maine Portland (POR)
Brunswick–Visitor Center (BRK) Brunswick, Maine Portland (POR)
Bryan (BRY) Bryan, Texas Fort Worth
Buellton (BUL) Buellton, California San Jose Diridon
Santa Barbara
Buena Vista (BUV) Buena Vista, Colorado Denver
Burns (BNS) Burns, Oregon Eugene–Springfield
Cabazon (CBZ) Cabazon, California Bakersfield
Cadillac (CLC) Cadillac, Michigan Kalamazoo
Cambridge (CDE) Cambridge, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Camden/Rockport (CDM) Camden, Maine Portland (POR)
Camp Verde (CVD) Camp Verde, Arizona Flagstaff
Cannon Beach (CBO) Cannon Beach, Oregon Portland
Carmel (CRM) Carmel, California Salinas
Cave Junction (CVJ) Cave Junction, Oregon Klamath Falls
Charlevoix (CHL) Charlevoix, Michigan Kalamazoo
Cheboygan (CHB) Cheboygan, Michigan Kalamazoo
Cherry Hill (CRH) NJ Transit Cherry Hill, New Jersey Philadelphia–30th Street
Chewelah (CWL) Chewelah, Washington Spokane
Chippewa Falls (CHP) Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Cincinnati (CIG) Cincinnati, Ohio Chicago Union Terminal
Clare (CLR) Clare, Michigan Kalamazoo
Claremont (CLM) Claremont, California Bakersfield
Clarksburg (CSB) Clarksburg, West Virginia Charleston (CHW)
Cloverdale Cloverdale, California Martinez
Coarsegold (CGD) Coarsegold, California Fresno
Colfax (CFX) Colfax, Washington Spokane
Columbus (COL) Columbus, Ohio Pittsburgh
Indianapolis
Colorado Springs (COS) Colorado Springs, Colorado Denver
Raton
Colville (CVL) Colville, Washington Spokane
Concord (CNH) Concord, New Hampshire Boston South
Conway (CAY) Conway, New Hampshire Boston South
Coos Bay (CBY) Coos Bay, Oregon Eugene–Springfield
Crater Lake (CLK) Crater Lake, Oregon Klamath Falls
Crescent City (CRC) Crescent City, California Klamath Falls
Dade City (DDE) Dade City, Florida Jacksonville
Lakeland
Dallas (DAG) Dallas, Texas Meridian
Damariscotta (DAM) Damariscotta, Maine Portland (POR)
Danville (DVI) Danville, Illinois Indianapolis
Davenport (DVP) Davenport, Iowa Indianapolis
Daytona Beach (DYA) Daytona Beach, Florida DeLand
Deer Park (DPK) Deer Park, Washington Spokane
Discovery Bay (DBY) Discovery Bay, Washington Seattle
Discovery Kingdom (VMW) Vallejo, California Martinez
Dover (DVR) Dover, Delaware Wilmington
Dublin–Pleasanton (DBP) Bay Area Rapid Transit Pleasanton, California San Jose
Duluth–Jefferson Lines Station (DUL) Duluth, Minnesota St. Paul Union Station
Duluth–University of Minnesota Student Union (DUU) Duluth, Minnesota St. Paul Union Station
Dunkirk (DUK) Dunkirk, New York Buffalo–Exchange Street
Easton (ESN) Easton, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Eau Claire (EUC) Eau Claire, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Ebensburg (EBN) Ebensburg, Pennsylvania Harrisburg
Egg Harbor City (EGH) NJ Transit Egg Harbor City, New Jersey Philadelphia–30th Street
Elk Grove (EKG) Elk Grove, California Redding
Stockton
El Paso (ELB) El Paso, Texas Albuquerque
El Portal (EPL) El Portal, California Merced
El Segundo (ESG) El Segundo, California Bakersfield
Elsie (ELS) Elsie, Oregon Portland
Escanaba (EMI) Escanaba, Michigan Milwaukee
Eureka (EKA) Eureka, California Martinez
Fairmont (FRM) Fairmont, West Virginia Charleston (CHW)
Fairplay (FRP) Fairplay, Colorado Denver
Fillmore (FIL) Fillmore, California Bakersfield
Santa Barbara
Fish Camp (FSH) Fish Camp, California Fresno
Flagstaff (FGG) Flagstaff, Arizona Flagstaff
Florence (FRO) Florence, Oregon Eugene–Springfield
Fond du Lac (FDL) Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Fort Hood (FHD) Fort Hood, Texas Temple
Fort Myers (FTM) Fort Myers, Florida Orlando
Fortuna (FTA) Fortuna, California Martinez
Foxwoods Resort Casino (FOX) Stonington, Connecticut New London
Frederick–Airport (FRR) Frederick, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Frederick–Transit Center (FRC) Frederick, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Fredonia (FDN) Fredonia, New York Buffalo–Exchange Street
Frisco (FSC) Frisco, Colorado Denver
Frostburg (FSB) Frostburg, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Gainesville (GNF) Gainesville, Florida Jacksonville
Lakeland
Galveston (GLS) Galveston, Texas Longview
Garberville (GBV) Garberville, California Martinez
Gary (GRY) Gary, Indiana Chicago Union Station
Gaylord (GYL) Gaylord, Michigan Kalamazoo
Gearhart (GHT) Gearhart, Oregon Portland
Gilroy (GLY) Caltrain Gilroy, California Salinas
San Jose
Gold Hill (GHL) Gold Hill, Oregon Klamath Falls
Goldsboro (GBO) Goldsboro, North Carolina Wilson
Goshen Junction (GSN) Goshen, California Hanford
Grand Canyon–Maswick Lodge (GCB) Grand Canyon Village, Arizona Flagstaff
Grand Canyon–Rail Station (GCN) Grand Canyon Village, Arizona Flagstaff
Grangeville (GVI) Grangeville, Idaho Spokane
Grants Pass (GTP) Grants Pass, Oregon Klamath Falls
Grantsville (GTV) Grantsville, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Grayling (GYG) Grayling, Michigan Kalamazoo
Green Bay (GBY) Green Bay, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Greensburg–Westmoreland Transportation Center (GNG) Greensburg, Pennsylvania Harrisburg
Greenville (GRN) Greenville, North Carolina Wilson
Gunnison–Bus Station (GUN) Gunnison, Colorado Denver
Gunnison–Western State University (GNW) Gunnison, Colorado Denver
Hagerstown (HAG) Hagerstown, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Hammonton (HTN) NJ Transit Hammonton, New Jersey Philadelphia–30th Street
Hancock (HNK) Hancock, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Hancock (HKM) Hancock, Michigan Milwaukee
Hancock Hancock, North Carolina Wilson
Hattiesburg (HBI) Hattiesburg, Mississippi Jackson (JAN)
Havelock (HVL) Havelock, North Carolina Wilson
Healdsburg (HEA) Healdsburg, California Martinez
Hemet (HET) Hemet, California Bakersfield
Hood River (HOO) Hood River, Oregon Portland (PDX)
Houghton (HGH) Houghton, Michigan Milwaukee
Houghton Lake (HGL) Houghton Lake, Michigan Kalamazoo
Howard City (HWC) Howard City, Michigan Kalamazoo
Indio (IDO) Indio, California Bakersfield
Jacksonville (JNC) Jacksonville, North Carolina Wilson
Jamestown (JMN) Jamestown, New York Buffalo–Exchange Street
Janesville (JVL) Janesville, Wisconsin Chicago Union Station
Kent Island (KNT) Kent Island, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Kettle Falls (KTF) Kettle Falls, Washington Spokane
Kettleman City (KTC) Kettleman City, California Hanford
Killeen (KIL) Killeen, Texas Temple
Killington (KLT) Killington, Vermont Rutland
King City (KGC) King City, California San Jose Diridon
Santa Barbara
Kingsley (KGS) Kingsley, Michigan Kalamazoo
Kingston (KGT) Kingston, Washington Seattle
Kinston (KNC) Kinston, North Carolina Wilson
La Crescenta (LCA) La Crescenta, California Bakersfield
La Grande (LAE) La Grande, Oregon Portland (PDX)
Lake Placid (LPD) Lake Placid, New York Westport
Lancaster (LCS) Metrolink (California) Lancaster, California Bakersfield
Victorville
L'Anse (LAN) L'Anse, Michigan Milwaukee
La Pine (LPN) La Pine, Oregon Chemult
La Quinta (LQT) La Quinta, California Bakersfield
Las Cruces (LCR) Las Cruces, New Mexico Albuquerque
Las Vegas (LVS) Las Vegas, Nevada Bakersfield
Salt Lake City
Las Vegas–McCarran International Airport (LVT) Las Vegas, Nevada Kingman
Lathrop–Manteca (LTM) Altamont Corridor Express Lathrop, California San Jose
Latrobe–Regional Airport (LTB) Latrobe, Pennsylvania Harrisburg
Laughlin (LNV) Laughlin, Nevada Kingman
Laytonville (LTV) Laytonville, California Martinez
Leggett (LEG) Leggett, California Martinez
Lemoore–Chamber of Commerce (LMC) Lemoore, California Hanford
Lemoore–Naval Air Station (LMN) Lemoore, California Hanford
Lewiston (LWN) Lewiston, Idaho Spokane
Lewistown (LWB) Lewistown, Pennsylvania Harrisburg
Lincoln (LNN) Lincoln, New Hampshire Boston South
Lincolnville (LCV) Lincolnville, Maine Portland (POR)
Lindenwold (LDW) NJ Transit Lindenwold, New Jersey Philadelphia–30th Street
Littlerock (LTR) Littlerock, California Bakersfield
Victorville
Littleton (LTL) Littleton, New Hampshire Boston South
Livermore (LIV) Altamont Corridor Express Livermore, California San Jose
Livermore–Transit Center (LIV) Livermore, California San Jose
Livermore–Vasco Road (VAS) Altamont Corridor Express Livermore, California San Jose
Lompoc–Visitors Center (LOM) Lompoc, California San Jose Diridon
Santa Barbara
London (LOB) London, Ontario Chicago
Long Beach (LBC) Long Beach, California Los Angeles Union
Loon Lake (LLK) Loon Lake, Washington Spokane
Los Alamos–Hampton Inn (LOH) Los Alamos, New Mexico Lamy
Los Alamos–Visitors Center (LOS) Los Alamos, New Mexico Lamy
Louisville (LVL) Louisville, Kentucky Chicago Union Station
Mackinaw City (MAK) Mackinaw City, Michigan Kalamazoo
Madison–Chazen Museum of Art (MSN) Madison, Wisconsin Chicago Union Station
Madison–Dutch Mill Park & Ride West Lot (SMD) Madison, Wisconsin Chicago Union Station
Manchester (MHT) Manchester, New Hampshire Boston South
Manitowoc (MTC) Manitowoc, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Manton (MTO) Manton, Michigan Kalamazoo
Marinette (MWI) Marinette, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Mariposa–Midtown (MRM) Mariposa, California Merced
Mariposa–Park & Ride (MRP) Mariposa, California Merced
Marquette (MQT) Marquette, Michigan Milwaukee
Marysville (MRV) Marysville, California Redding
Stockton
Marysville Marysville, Michigan Detroit
Port Huron
McCall (MCA) McCall, Idaho Spokane
McKinleyville (MKV) McKinleyville, California Martinez
Medford (MFR) Medford, Oregon Klamath Falls
Menomonie (MNM) Menomonie, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Mesquite (MSQ) Mesquite, Texas Meridian
Midpines (MDP) Midpines, California Merced
Mobile (MOG) Mobile, Alabama Jackson (JAN)
Moffat (MFT) Moffat, Colorado Denver
Movaje (MOJ) Mojave, California Bakersfield
Victorville
Moline (MLI) Moline, Illinois Indianapolis
Monroe (MEE/MEW) Monroe, Washington Seattle
Spokane
Monterey–Hyatt Regency (MYH) Monterey, California Salinas
Monterey–Marriott (MYM) Monterey, California Salinas
Monterey–Monterey Bay Aquarium (MYA) Monterey, California Salinas
Monterey–Transit Plaza (MRY) Monterey, California Salinas
Monterey–Travelodge (MYT) Monterey, California Salinas
Montgomery (MGM) Montgomery, Alabama New Orleans
Morehead City (MHD) Morehead City, North Carolina Wilson
Moreno Valley (MOV) Metrolink (California) Moreno Valley, California Bakersfield
Morgan Hill (MHC) Caltrain Morgan Hill, California Salinas
San Jose
Morgantown–WVU Health Sciences Campus (MGU) Morgantown, West Virginia Charleston (CHW)
Morgantown–West (WGW) Morgantown, West Virginia Charleston (CHW)
Moscow (MOC) Moscow, Idaho Spokane
Moses Lake (MLK) Moses Lake, Washington Seattle
Spokane
Mount Clemens Mount Clemens, Michigan Detroit
Port Huron
Mount Pleasant (MPT) Mount Pleasant, Michigan Kalamazoo
Nacogdoches (NCG) Nacogdoches, Texas Longview
Nampa (NAM) Nampa, Idaho Portland (PDX)
Napa (NAP) Napa, California Martinez
Nashua (NSH) Nashua, New Hampshire Boston South
Nashville (NVL) Nashville, Tennessee Chicago Union Station
Necanicum Junction (NCM) Necanicum, Oregon Portland
New Baltimore New Baltimore, Michigan Detroit
Port Huron
New Bern (NBR) New Bern, North Carolina Wilson
Newburyport (NBT) Newburyport, Massachusetts Boston South
New Hampton New Hampton, New Hampshire Boston South
North Conway (NCW) North Conway, New Hampshire Boston South
Oakhurst (OAH) Oakhurst, California Fresno
Ocala (OCA) Ocala, Florida Jacksonville
Lakeland
Ocean City (OCM) Ocean City, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Ocean Pines (OCP) Ocean Pines, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Oconto (OCO) Oconto, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Ogden (OGD) Ogden, Utah Salt Lake City
Okanogan (OGW) Okanogan, Washington Wenatchee
Omak (OMW) Omak, Washington Wenatchee
Ontario (ONT) Ontario, Oregon Portland (PDX)
Orono (ORO) Orono, Maine Portland (POR)
Oroville (ORV) Oroville, California Redding
Stockton
Oshkosh–University of Wisconsin (OSU) Oshkosh, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Oshkosh–Wittman Regional Airport (OSH) Oshkosh, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Owosso (OWO) Owosso, Michigan Kalamazoo
Palmdale (PMD) Palmdale, California Bakersfield
Victorville
Palm Desert (PDC) Palm Desert, California Bakersfield
Palm Springs–Airport (PSP) Palm Springs, California Bakersfield
Palm Springs–Downtown (PSS) Palm Springs, California Bakersfield
Pasadena (PAS) Pasadena, California Bakersfield
Pateros (PTE) Pateros, Washington Wenatchee
Pellston (PST) Pellston, Michigan Kalamazoo
Pemberton (PBT) Pemberton, British Columbia Vancouver
Pendleton (PEN) Pendleton, Oregon Portland (PDX)
Pennsauken (PNK) NJ Transit Pennsauken, New Jersey Philadelphia–30th Street
Peoria (PIA) Peoria, Illinois Indianapolis
Perris (PDC) Metrolink (California) Perris, California Bakersfield
Petaluma (PTC) Petaluma, California Martinez
Petoskey (PSK) Petoskey, Michigan Kalamazoo
Phoenix–Greyhound Station (PHG) Phoenix, Arizona Flagstaff
Phoenix–Metro Center Transit Station (PXN) Phoenix, Arizona Flagstaff
Phoenix–Sky Harbor International Airport (PHA) Phoenix, Arizona Flagstaff
Pine (PJT) Pine, Colorado Denver
Pittsburgh–Grant Street Transportation Center (PGB) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Harrisburg
Placerville (PCV) Placerville, California Sacramento
Plymouth (PMO) Plymouth, New Hampshire Boston South
Poncha Springs (PSG) Poncha Springs, Colorado Denver
Port Angeles (PRA) Port Angeles, Washington Seattle
Port Charlotte (PCH) Port Charlotte, Florida Orlando
Portland (PDG) Portland, Oregon Portland
Portsmouth (PTS) Portsmouth, New Hampshire Boston South
Port Townsend (PTO) Kingston, Washington Seattle
Prairie View (PVW) Prairie View, Texas Fort Worth
Provo (PRO) Provo, Utah Salt Lake City
Prunedale (PDL) Prunedale, California Salinas
San Jose
Pueblo (PUB) Pueblo, Colorado Denver
Raton
Pullman (PUL) Pullman, Washington Spokane
Quakertown (QKR) Quakertown, Pennsylvania Philadelphia–30th Street
Quincy (QUC) Quincy, Washington Seattle
Spokane
Red Bluff (RBF) Red Bluff, California Redding
Stockton
Redmond Airport (RDM) Redmond, Oregon Chemult
Reed City (REE) Reed City, Michigan Kalamazoo
Reedsport (RPT) Reedsport, Oregon Eugene–Springfield
Richmond (RBC) Richmond, British Columbia Seattle King Street
Vancouver Pacific Central Station
Rio Dell–Scotia (RDS) Rio Dell, California Martinez
Ritzville (RTZ) Ritzville, Washington Seattle
Spokane
Rochester (RMN) Rochester, Minnesota St. Paul Union Station
Rockford (RCK) Rockford, Illinois Chicago Union Station
Rockford (RKF) Rockford, Michigan Kalamazoo
Rock Island (RKI) Rock Island, Illinois Indianapolis
Rockland (ROD) Rockland, Maine Portland (POR)
Rohnert Park (RPC) Rohnert Park, California Martinez
Roseville Roseville, Michigan Detroit
Port Huron
Saginaw (SGW) Saginaw, Michigan Kalamazoo
Salem (SLG) Salem, Oregon Seattle
Spokane
Salida (SLD) Salida, Colorado Denver
Salinas (SNR) Salinas, California San Jose Diridon
Santa Barbara
Salisbury–Riverside Drive (SLS) Salisbury, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Salisbury–Tri-County Way (SLY) Salisbury, Maryland BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport
Wilmington
Salt Lake City (SLB) Salt Lake City, Utah Salt Lake City
San Francisco–Financial District (SFF) San Francisco, California Emeryville
San Francisco–Fisherman's Wharf (SFW) San Francisco, California Emeryville
San Francisco–Shopping Center (SFS) San Francisco, California Emeryville
San Francisco–Transbay Terminal (SFC) San Francisco, California Emeryville
San Luis Obispo–Cal Poly (SLP) San Luis Obispo, California San Jose Diridon
Santa Barbara
San Pedro–Catalina Terminal (SPD) San Pedro, California Los Angeles Union
San Pedro–Library (SPO) San Pedro, California Los Angeles Union
Santa Barbara–University of California at Santa Barbara (SBU) Santa Barbara, California San Jose Diridon
Santa Barbara
Santa Clarita–Newhall (NHL) Metrolink (California) Santa Clarita, California Bakersfield
Los Angeles Union
Santa Cruz (SCZ) Santa Cruz, California San Jose
Santa Fe (SAF) Santa Fe, New Mexico Lamy
Santa Fe–Four Seasons Resort (SAE) Santa Fe, New Mexico Lamy
Santa Maria (SAT) Santa Maria, California San Jose Diridon
Santa Barbara
Santa Paula (SAP) Santa Paula, California Bakersfield
Santa Barbara
Sarasota (SRA) Sarasota, Florida Orlando
Sault Ste. Marie (SMI) Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan Kalamazoo
Scotts Valley (SVY) Scotts Valley, California San Jose
Scranton (SRN) Scranton, Pennsylvania Philadelphia–30th Street
Searsport (SRT) Searsport, Maine Portland (POR)
Seaside (SES) Seaside, California Salinas
San Jose
Seaside–North (SSH) Seaside, Oregon Portland
Seaside–South (SSD) Seaside, Oregon Portland
Sedona (SDC) Sedona, Arizona Flagstaff
Sequim (SQM) Sequim, Washington Seattle
Shawano (SHW) Shawano, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Sheboygan (SHB) Sheboygan, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Shreveport–Greyhound Station (SHG) Shreveport, Louisiana Meridian
Shreveport–SporTran Intermodal Facility (SHR) Shreveport, Louisiana Meridian
Sisters (STO) Sisters, Oregon Eugene–Springfield
Skykomish (SKE/SKW) Skykomish, Washington Seattle
Spokane
Smith River (SMR) Smith River, California Klamath Falls
Solvang (SLV) Solvang, California San Jose Diridon
Santa Barbara
South Beloit (BET) South Beloit, Illinois Chicago Union Station
South Lake Tahoe (SLT) South Lake Tahoe, California Sacramento
Sparks (SPX) Sparks, Nevada Sacramento
Squamish-North Garibaldi (GBC) Squamish, British Columbia Vancouver
Stanley (SNY) Stanley, Wisconsin Milwaukee
State College (STC) State College, Pennsylvania Harrisburg
Stateline (SLH) Stateline, California Sacramento
Stateline (SLN) Stateline, Nevada Sacramento
Stevens Pass (SSW) Stevens Pass, Washington Seattle
Spokane
Stevens Point–Olympia Restaurant (SVP) Stevens Point, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Stevens Point–University of Wisconsin (SVU) Stevens Point, Wisconsin Milwaukee
St. George (STG) St. George, Utah Salt Lake City
St. Ignace (STI) St. Ignace, Michigan Kalamazoo
St. Petersburg–Pinellas Park (STP) St. Petersburg, Florida Orlando
Sun City–Menifee (SUT) Sun City, California Bakersfield
Sunriver (SUN) Sunriver, Oregon Chemult
Surrey (SUY) Surrey, British Columbia Seattle King Street
Vancouver Pacific Central Station
Sutton–Flatwoods (SUW) Sutton, West Virginia Charleston (CHW)
Tawas City (TWC) Tawas City, Michigan Kalamazoo
Tehachapi (TEH) Tehachapi, California Bakersfield
Victorville
The Dalles (THD) The Dalles, Oregon Portland (PDX)
The Villages (TVF) The Villages, Florida Jacksonville
Lakeland
Tilton (TLT) Tilton, New Hampshire Boston South
Toronto (TCT) Toronto, Ontario Chicago
Torrance (TOA) Torrance, California Bakersfield
Tracy–ACE Station (TRC) Altamont Corridor Express Tracy, California San Jose
Tracy–Wendy's Restaurant (TRA) Tracy, California San Jose
Traverse City (TRV) Traverse City, Michigan Kalamazoo
Trotwood–Dayton (DAT) Trotwood, Ohio Pittsburgh
Indianapolis
Tusayan (TSY) Tusayan, Arizona Flagstaff
Twin Falls (TFI) Twin Falls, Idaho Salt Lake City
Tyler (TYL) Tyler, Texas Meridian
Ukiah (UKH) Ukiah, California Martinez
University of Oregon–Eugene Eugene, Oregon Seattle
Spokane
Vail (VAI) Vail, Colorado Denver
Vale (VAE) Vale, Oregon Eugene–Springfield
Vallejo (VAL) Vallejo, California Martinez
Vicksburg (VKS) Vicksburg, Mississippi Meridian
Victoria (VBC) Victoria, British Columbia Vancouver
Visalia (VIS) Visalia, California Hanford
Waco (WCX) Waco, Texas Fort Worth
Waldo (WDO) Waldo, Florida Jacksonville
Lakeland
Waldoboro (WDR) Waldoboro, Maine Portland (POR)
Walla Walla (WWA) Walla Walla, Washington Pasco
Warrenton (WNT) Warrenton, Oregon Portland
Waupaca (WAU) Waupaca, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Waupun (WPN) Waupun, Wisconsin Columbus
Wausau–Rothschild (WSU) Rothschild, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Wausau–Transit Center (WSJ) Wausau, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Wawona Store Yosemite National Park Fresno
Westchester (WCH) Westchester, California Bakersfield
Westfield (WSF) Westfield, Wisconsin Portage
Westwood–UCLA (WES) Torrance, California Bakersfield
Whistler Village (WSL) Whistler, British Columbia Vancouver
White City (WCT) White City, Oregon Klamath Falls
White Haven (WHV) White Haven, Pennsylvania Philadelphia–30th Street
Wichita (WIC) Wichita, Kansas Newton
Oklahoma City
Wildwood (WWD) Wildwood, Florida Jacksonville
Lakeland
Wilkes-Barre (WKB) Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Philadelphia–30th Street
Williams–Grand Canyon Railway Depot (WMA) Williams, Arizona Flagstaff
Williams–Holiday Inn Express (WMH) Williams, Arizona Flagstaff
Willits (WTS) Willits, California Martinez
Wilmington (WMN) Wilmington, North Carolina Wilson
Windsor (WNO) Windsor, Ontario Chicago
Winston-Salem (WNS) Winston-Salem, North Carolina High Point
Winston-Salem State University (UWS) Winston-Salem, North Carolina High Point
Wiscasset (WST) Wiscasset, Maine Portland (POR)
Wisconsin Rapids (WIR) Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Wittenberg (WIT) Wittenberg, Wisconsin Milwaukee
Woodburn (WBN) Woodburn, Oregon Portland
Yosemite National Park–Crane Flat (YOF) Yosemite National Park Merced
Yosemite National Park–Half Dome Village (YOC) Yosemite National Park Merced
Yosemite National Park–Majestic Yosemite Hotel (YOA) Yosemite National Park Merced
Yosemite National Park–Tuolumne Meadows Visitors Center (YOT) Yosemite National Park Merced
Yosemite National Park–Visitors Center (YOV) Yosemite National Park Fresno
Merced
Yosemite National Park–White Wolfe Lodge (YOW) Yosemite National Park Merced
Yosemite National Park–Yosemite Valley Lodge (YOS) Yosemite National Park Merced

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Each station located in Canada is identified as a Canadian railway station. However, since the Maple Leaf is a joint operation between Amtrak and Via Rail Canada, no ridership data is available for the stations where it stops in Canada.
  2. ^ Via Rail is Canada's equivalent of Amtrak. Its formation was patterned after Amtrak.[4]
  3. ^ A Canadian railway station (a station which is located in Canada) should not be confused with a station owned (or partially owned) by the Canadian National Railway or the Canadian Pacific Railway. The Canadian National Railway is a publicly traded Canadian company (headquartered in Montreal, Quebec) that also operates in the Midwestern and Southern United States. The Canadian Pacific Railway is also a publicly traded Canadian company (headquartered in Calgary, Alberta) that operates in the Midwestern and Northeastern United States.

Bibliography[edit]

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