Amtrak opens new Niagara Falls depot

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Exterior of the new Niagara Falls, N.Y., Amtrak station that opened on Dec. 6.
Bruce Becker, Vice President of Operations for the National Association of Railroad Passengers
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Interior of the new Niagara Falls, N.Y., Amtrak station.
Bruce Becker, Vice President of Operations for the National Association of Railroad Passengers
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. — Amtrak recently opened a new, modern passenger station in Niagara Falls. It occupies portions of a former customs house and now shares space with a U.S. Customs & Immigration Inspection Office and an Underground Railroad Historical Interpretive Museum.

The station serves passengers on the east and west-bound Toronto to New York City Maple Leaf and the Niagara Falls to New York City Empire Service.

Maple Leaf train No. 64 was the first to call at the new station on Dec. 6.

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