Amtrak station is a semi-circular Art Deco building with a stunning terraced water cascade in front composed of concrete and terrazzo in a shade of green.
With its half-timbered walls and substantial dormers, this station resembles Bavaria just a little bit in Montana.
The aesthetically remarkable station is highlighted by two towers made of shining white marble with spires.
This location offers Amtrak, MBTA Red Line, and bus rapid transit Silver Line service, features a stunning curved front topped by a clock with an eagle beginning to extend its wings.
Amtrak, Megabus, GRTC, the Pulse, bike-share, and a connecting to the Virginia Capital Trail are all present at this busy station, which also serves Amtrak.
This railroad station, which serves as both an Amtrak station and a visitors center, used to be one of the most significant structures in downtown Flagstaff.
This cutting-edge station, which Santiago Calatrava built, acts as a hub for 12 subway lines and the PATH rapid transit network.