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Amtrak Station - Greensboro


category : Historic Buildings
This historically renovated full service station includes Amtrak ticket agent on duty, walk-up ticket window sales, free parking and checked baggage. Station open 24 hours. Daily trains include: 73, 74 (Raleigh to Charlotte), 79, 80 (New York to Charlotte) and 19, 20 (New York to New Orleans).


Address:
The Depot , 234 E. Washington St.

Phone: (800)298-7246
Our Website:www.bytrain.org

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