Corona–North Main station

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Corona–North Main
Metrolink commuter rail station
North Corona Main.jpg
North Main Corona, circa 2009
Location250 East Blaine Street
Corona, California
Coordinates33°52′56″N 117°33′48″W / 33.8822°N 117.5634°W / 33.8822; -117.5634Coordinates: 33°52′56″N 117°33′48″W / 33.8822°N 117.5634°W / 33.8822; -117.5634
Owned byRiverside County Transportation Commission
Line(s)BNSF San Bernardino Subdivision[1]
Platforms1 side platform, 1 island platform (only boards on one side)
Parking500 spaces
Disabled accessYes
OpenedNovember 22, 2002 (2002-11-22)[2]
Preceding station Metrolink icon.svg Metrolink Following station
Corona–West 91/Perris Valley Line Riverside–La Sierra
toward Oceanside
Inland Empire–Orange County Line Riverside–La Sierra
Former services
Preceding station Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Following station
Prado Main Line Arlington
toward Chicago
Terminus Corona – Elsinore Alberhill
toward Elsinore

Corona–North Main is a station on Metrolink's Inland Empire–Orange County and 91/Perris Valley Lines located in Corona, California. The station is located at 250 East Blaine Street, near North Main Street (which the station is named after). Corona–North Main station consists of two side platforms serving two tracks. A parking lot with 500 spaces is available for passengers.

The Corona Transit Center located at the station offers connections to Riverside Transit Agency and the City of Corona's Corona Cruiser buses, all of which are free with a valid Metrolink ticket or pass.

The nearby Santa Fe depot, viewed from Main Street

The station is located near the former Santa Fe Railway depot, now used as a restaurant and bar.[3]

Platforms and tracks[edit]

Westbound  91 Line toward L.A. Union Station (Corona–West)
 Inland Empire–Orange County Line toward Oceanside (Corona–West)
Eastbound  91 Line toward Perris–South (Riverside–La Sierra)
 Inland Empire–Orange County Line toward San Bernardino–Downtown (Riverside–La Sierra)
Bypass track  Southwest Chief No stops|}



  1. ^ SMA Rail Consulting (April 2016). "California Passenger Rail Network Schematics" (PDF). California Department of Transportation.
  2. ^ "Metrolink Celebrates 10th Anniversary in Riverside County". The Desert Sun. October 26, 2003. p. 119. Retrieved July 6, 2019 – via CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ A Look Back: Corona's first train depot was a hub of activity

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