AMERICA

America by Train

Travelling by train in the United States of America is truly memorable, see beautiful vast landscapes, thriving cities, national parks and America’s most popular destinations, all from comfortable modern trains.
The possibilities for an extraordinary journey in the United States of America are endless, you could go dancing in New Orleans, try your luck on the tables of Las Vegas, take a bite out of the Big Apple, watch a rodeo in Texas, kick up the dirt on the Appalachian Trail or seek the sun of the Sunshine State.

RailTourGuide can help you create your own dream itinerary, making memories to last a lifetime.

Train travel is kinder to the environment and train stations are centrally situated in most American cities.

Travel America at your own pace with the AMTRAK USA PASS

Train names and Destinations 

Acela
Boston – New Haven – New York – Philadelphia – Wilmington – Washington

Adirondack
Montreal – Westport – Saratoga Springs – Albany – New York

Amtrak Cascades
Vancouver, BC – Seattle – Tacoma – Portland – Salem – Eugene

Amtrak Hartford Line
New Haven – Hartford – Windsor Locks – Springfield

Auto Train
Lorton, VA (Washington, DC) – Sanford, FL (Orlando)

Berkshire Flyer
New York – Poughkeepsie – Albany – Pittsfield

Brightline
Miami – Aventura – Fort Lauderdale – Boca Raton – West Palm Beach – Orlando
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California Zephyr
Chicago – Omaha – Denver – Salt Lake City – Emeryville (San Francisco)

Capitol Corridor
Auburn – Sacramento – Emeryville (San Francisco) – Oakland – San Jose

Capitol Limited
Washington – Pittsburgh – Cleveland – Toledo – South Bend – Chicago

Cardinal
New York – Washington – Charlottesville – Cincinnati – Indianapolis – Chicago

Carolinian / Piedmont
New York – Philadelphia – Washington – Richmond – Raleigh – Greensboro – Charlotte

City of New Orleans
Chicago – Champaign-Urbana – Carbondale – Memphis – Jackson – New Orleans

Coast Starlight
Seattle – Tacoma – Portland – Sacramento – San Francisco area – Los Angeles

Crescent
New York – Washington – Charlottesville – Charlotte – Atlanta – Birmingham – New Orleans

Downeaster
Brunswick – Freeport – Portland – Saco – Exeter – Boston

Empire Builder
Chicago – Milwaukee – St. Paul/Minneapolis – Minot – Spokane – Portland/Seattle

Empire Service
Niagara Falls – Buffalo – Rochester – Syracuse – Albany – New York

Ethan Allen Express
Burlington – Rutland – Saratoga Springs – Albany – New York

Heartland Flyer
Oklahoma City – Fort Worth

Hiawatha
Milwaukee – Glenview – Chicago

Illinois Service
Chicago – Galesburg – Quincy/Springfield – St. Louis/Champaign-Urbana – Carbondale

Keystone Service
New York – Philadelphia – Paoli – Downingtown – Lancaster – Harrisburg

Lake Shore Limited
New York/Boston – Albany – Buffalo – Cleveland – Toledo – Chicago

Lincoln Service Missouri River Runner
Chicago – St. Louis – Kansas City, MO

Maple Leaf
Toronto – Niagara Falls – Buffalo – Rochester – Syracuse – Albany – New York

Michigan Services
Chicago – Grand Rapids/Lansing- Port Huron/Ann Arbor – Detroit – Pontiac

Michigan Services
Chicago – Grand Rapids/Lansing- Port Huron/Ann Arbor – Detroit – Pontiac

Northeast Regional
Boston/Springfield – New York – Philadelphia – Washington – Roanoke/Norfolk/Newport News

Pacific Surfliner
San Luis Obispo – Santa Barbara – Los Angeles – Anaheim – San Diego

Pennsylvanian
New York – Philadelphia – Lancaster – Harrisburg – Altoona – Pittsburgh

San Joaquins
San Francisco Bay Area/Sacramento – Bakersfield/Southern California

Silver Service / Palmetto
New York – Washington – Charleston – Savannah – Jacksonville – Orlando – Tampa/Miami

Southwest Chief
Chicago – Kansas City, MO – La Junta – Albuquerque – Flagstaff – Los Angeles

Sunset Limited
New Orleans – Houston – San Antonio – El Paso – Tucson – Palm Springs –  Los Angeles

Texas Eagle
Chicago – St. Louis – Little Rock – Dallas – San Antonio – Tucson – Los Angeles

Valley Flyer
New Haven – Springfield – Northampton – Greenfield

Vermonter
St. Albans – Essex Jct. (Burlington) – Springfield – New York – Washington

 

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