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Pacific Central Station

Pacific Central Station

1150 Station Street
Vancouver, Canada V6A 4C7

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Expand your urban experiences in Vancouver, B.C., by visiting the revitalized neighborhood of Yaletown, shopping on Robson Street, or enjoying Asian cuisine in Chinatown.


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bellingham

Bellingham Station

Fairhaven Station
401 Harris Avenue
Bellingham, WA 98225

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Beautiful sunsets over Puget Sound illuminate the charms of Bellingham. Explore this small town with a big soul—historic neighborhoods, museums, and Western Washington University.

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Mount Vernon Station

Skagit Station
105 East Kincaid
Mt. Vernon, WA 98273

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Nestled between the San Juan Islands and North Cascades, Mount Vernon is an adventurer's paradise.

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Stanwood Station

Stanwood Station

27111 Florence Way
Stanwood, WA 98292

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Stanwood is the northern-most city of Snohomish County and the gateway to beautiful Camano Island. There you will find Camano Island State Park featuring boating, camping, picnic facilities and endless beachcombing.

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everett

Eugene, OR station

Everett Station

3201 Smith Avenue
Everett, WA 98201

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Visit Everett with its sparkling green outdoors and enticing downtown area brimming with culture, antiques, and a farmers market. Everett Station serves as both a transportation hub and a civic and educational center.

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Bellingham Station

Edmonds Station

211 Railroad Avenue
Edmonds, WA 98020

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Stop in Edmonds for antiques, delightful cafes, or a little scuba diving. Voted Western Washington's 'friendliest city,' you're sure to leave with a smile on your face.

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King Street Station

King Street Station

303 S. Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98104

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Visit Seattle, the 'Emerald City' and walk along the sparkling waterfront or tour the gems of yesterday in historic Pioneer Square.

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tukwila

Tukwila Station

Tukwila Station
7301 Longacres Way.
Tukwila, WA 98188

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No exaggeration: this is one of the best shopping locations a traveler can experience. With over 5 million sq. ft. of shopping, you're sure to find the perfect gift or the perfect fit.

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tacoma

Tacoma Station

Tacoma Station
1001 Puyallup Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98421

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There is a lot going on in the 'City of Destiny'. Discover an amazing combination of cultural attractions, historic sites, outdoor activities and stunning natural beauty.

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olympia/Lacey

Centennial Station

Centennial Station
6600 Yelm Highway SE
Olympia, WA 98513

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Learn about state government at Washington's capitol. Visit the majestic capitol dome building and listen to a bill being debated on the legislative floor.

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Bellingham Station

Centralia Station
210 Railroad Avenue
Centralia, WA 98531

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Take a step back in time to the city of murals, historic buildings, and antiques. Before you stroll through the quaint downtown, take a moment to tour the historic train station, built in 1912.

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Centennial Station

Kelso/Longview Station
501 S. First Ave
Kelso, WA 98626

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Relive the eruption of Mount St. Helens over 20 years ago at the visitors' center located in Kelso. If volcanoes aren't your thing, visit the Farmer's Market in Longview for plenty of fresh vegetables and local crafts.

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Vancouver WA Station

Vancouver, WA Station
1301 West 11th Street
Vancouver, WA 98660

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Step back in time in Vancouver, WA and visit historic Fort Vancouver, the Lewis and Clark trail, or Pearson Air Museum, the oldest active airfield in the West.

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Union Station

Union Station
800 NW 6th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209

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The City of Roses is in bloom every season of the year. Gentle breezes off the Willamette River and snow-peaked Mount Hood make this friendly city a delightful outdoor and urban experience.

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Centennial Station

Oregon City Station
1757 Washington Street
Oregon City, OR 97045

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Oregon City is located about 15 miles southeast of Portland, Oregon, and is the oldest incorporated city west of the Rockies. The city is rich in historical homes, buildings, and museums dedicated to celebrating the pioneer spirit.

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salem

Salem Station

Salem Station
500 13th Street SE
Salem, OR 97301

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Adventure is high in Salem — soar over Willamette Valley in a glider or stay close to the ground on horseback. If you're in the mood for something more tame, tour a nearby winery or watch government work at the state capitol.

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Albany Station

Albany Station
110 10th Ave SW
Albany, OR 97321

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Located in the fertile Willamette Valley, Albany lies between the Pacific Coast and Cascade Mountains. Historic Albany Station, built in 1908, was recently renovated and is now a central transfer point for trains, buses and cars.

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Eugene, OR station

Eugene Station
433 Willamette Street
Eugene, OR 97401

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Catch a football game of the University of Oregon's Fighting Ducks or stroll through the Saturday Market, one of the oldest in the United States. Looking to avoid the crowds? Try biking along some of the city's 53 miles of trails.

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Seattle

Welcome to carefree, caffeinated Seattle, WA. Take in a deep breath—that's saltwater and roasting coffee beans filling your nostrils. Now follow your nose for adventure—and this helpful page—to get the most out of your visit to this seafaring city. Whether it's professional sports, music, nature, shopping or general sightseeing that brings you to the Emerald City, we've included some of the highlights here.

King Street Station Renovation Complete

Passenger-train service is experiencing a revival, so too, is historic King Street Station. The long-overdue restoration project is now complete as the station embarks upon its second century of service. King Street Station in downtown Seattle is one of the busiest train stations in the Pacific Northwest, serving more than a half million commuter and intercity passengers in 2012. Restores historic features of King Street Station while creating a modernized train station for Amtrak Cascades, Coast Starlight, and Empire Builder customers. The restoration was a multi-phased effort over many years between WSDOT, FRA, Amtrak, Federal Transit Administration, a number of local agencies and the city of Seattle.

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TOURISM INFORMATION: Seattle-King County Convention and Visitors Bureau | 206-461-5840

At the station

Pacific Central Station

King Street Station
303 S. Jackson Street
Seattle, WA 98104

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Services Include:

  • Ticket Agent Available
  •  Quik-Trak ticket machine available on site
  • Wheelchair accessible
  •  ATM available on site
  • Checked baggage available during station hours
  • Parking: Short-term parking available

Ticketing Hours:

  • Daily:
    6:15 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Seattle Attractions

PIKE PLACE MARKET A trip to Seattle isn't complete without a visit to the famous Pike Place Market, a massive farmers market overlooking Elliott Bay.

bus

19 minutes

from station

taxi

5 minutes

from station


CENTURY LINK FIELD (Formerly Qwest Field) Catch live pro football with the Seattle Seahawks or soccer with Sounders FC.

pedestrian

7 minutes

from station


SAFECO FIELDExperience the excitement of Major League Baseball with the Seattle Mariners.

pedestrian

13 minutes

from station


SEATTLE CENTERHome to the Space Needle, Science Center and Experience Music Project (EMP), the Seattle Center is a popular destination for tourists.

bus

28 minutes

from station

taxi

9 minutes

from station


PIONEER SQUARE Seattle's historic Pioneer Square District features 88 acres of beautifully restored architectural masterpieces. It's also home to the Klondike Gold Rush Museum and Seattle Underground tours.

pedestrian

3 minutes

from station


SEATTLE WATERFRONT In addition to breathtaking views of Elliott Bay, the waterfront features the Seattle Aquarium, the Seattle Art Museum's Olympic Sculpture Park, and shops and restaurants including Ye Olde Curiosity Shop. Grab a cup of chowder and enjoy this uniquely Seattle experience.

pedestrian

17 minutes

from station


ALKI BEACHA taste of lively beach life in the Northwest, Alki Beach is popular for volleyball, sea kayaking, wind sports, scuba diving, or just people watching while strolling along the boardwalk.

bus

40 minutes

from station

bus

14 minutes

from station


FREMONT TROLL Lurking under the north end of the Aurora Bridge is a colossal statue of a troll clutching a Volkswagen Beetle.

bus

35 minutes

from station

bus

11 minutes

from station


CHECK OUT CHINATOWN Seattle's Chinatown-International District is the only neighborhood in America where Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Vietnamese and Southeast Asians live and work together, side-by-side. Be sure to visit the flagship Uwajimaya Asian Food and Gift Market.

pedestrian

17 minutes

from station


JUST FOR FUN One of the best views in Seattle can be experienced in the women's restroom (sorry, guys) on the top floor of the Columbia Center in Pioneer Square.

pedestrian

17 minutes

from station

Getting Around

metro busesConvenient and effective, the Metro Buses service downtown and outlying areas. And downtown is a FREE ride area.


monorailBuilt for the World's Fair, the Seattle Monorail is a fun and convenient way to travel between downtown and the Seattle Center, site of the Space Needle and Experience Music Project.


South lake union streetcarRide the streetcar from Westlake Mall to Lake Union.


ferriesTake a mini cruise across beautiful Elliott Bay from downtown's Pier 55 to West Seattle. From here, you can explore Alki Beach in West Seattle. Walking distance from the station.


ducktours Tour Seattle by land and water on a WWII amphibious craft. Call (206) 441-3825.


yellow cabComputerized for fast service. Call (206) 622-6500.


Orange cab Orange Cab was collectively formed by a number of Seattle area professional cab owners. Call (206) 957-0838.

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