This station is significant in that it was the first Amtrak designed station to be built, and is of the classic Amtrak style that is recognizable in many cities around the country. This is also t... (more)
This little station serves Amtrak and a bus service, and is slated to be replaced soon.
Yeah, it's Detroit. That's about all I'll say about this city.
Niles has a pretty neat old station.
Los Angeles Union Station (LAX if you're a station code person) on a beautiful afternoon.
Built by the Kansas City Terminal Railway and Opened to the public on October 30 1914, Kansas City Union Station was the 3rd largest station in the country at that time. Encompassing 850,000 squa... (more)
Inside this beautiful station.
Earlier this year I took the Cardinal into CIN, arriving in the early hours of the morning. I wanted to get a shot of the station at first light so I set my alarm to head back to the station and ... (more)
I want to inform you all, friends of Railnet, about some picutures realized by a soldier German photographer: Walter Hollnagel. During German occupation in Italy he supplied documents about ameri... (more)
La Plata, Missouri, has a population of about 1300 people, but by virtue of being located along the route of Amtrak’s Southwest Chief, it has an Amtrak station stop. The town’s station was... (more)
While Amtrak's Silver Star passes by each day, it doesn't stop at Union Station in the town of Aberdeen, North Carolina. This nicely maintained depot was built around 1900. The Victorian-... (more)
This is the waiting room at Lake Forest, as Metra patrons await the arrival of a mid-day off-peak commuter train to Chicago. The restored depot is a classic structure, right out of history.
One of Santa Fe's more distinctive stations was the road's depot at San Juan Capistrano. A short walk from the famed California Mission (known for the annual return of the swallows), this station... (more)