Everett Station

Everett Station


Everett, Washington (WA), US
The 64,000-square-foot Everett Station, built at a cost of $44 million, is the main transit hub for the city of Everett, Washington, USA. It is located next to the BNSF Railway tracks. The station and parking are owned by the City of Everett, while the platforms and track are owned by BNSF Railway.

Two Amtrak routes currently serve Everett Station: Amtrak's Empire Builder service, which travels between Chicago and Seattle; and the Amtrak Cascades service, which provides service between Vancouver, B.C. and Eugene, Oregon. Everett Station is the final station north of Seattle served by Empire Builder: it is heading east towards the Cascades after leaving this station. The Amtrak Cascades continues north to Bellingham and Vancouver.
The 64,000-square-foot Everett Station, built at a cost of $44 million, is the main transit hub for the city of Everett, Washington, USA. It is located next to the BNSF Railway tracks. The station and parking are owned by the City of Everett, while the platforms and track are owned by BNSF Railway.

Two Amtrak routes currently serve Everett Station: Amtrak's Empire Builder service, which travels between Chicago and Seattle; and the Amtrak Cascades service, which provides service between Vancouver, B.C. and Eugene, Oregon. Everett Station is the final station north of Seattle served by Empire Builder: it is heading east towards the Cascades after leaving this station. The Amtrak Cascades continues north to Bellingham and Vancouver.
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Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: jbottero

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