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Sadly train travel (at least in this part of the US) is a lost mode of transportation. We enjoy traveling the Eastern corridor via Amtrak. Our travels have taken us to Philadelphia and recently to Northern Virginia. Both times we departed from the Amtrak Greensboro,...More
Located in downtown Greensboro "The Depot" provides bus, taxi and rail connections. We have traveled to Florida and DC on Amtrak - the station's interior has been restored to look like it did in the '40s. The Depot staff are friendly and helpful - there...More
When I arrive at the "Depot" I feel like I am going someplace special! I love the spaciousness of the refurbished building with the prerved 1920's map, marble and tile floors and wooden benches like in the old movies! The Amtrak service on the Piedmont...More
This former Southern Railway station has been restored to equal or exceed its original 1927 condition. It serves both Amtrak and North Carolina state trains on two different routes as well as some buses. Located an easy walk from downtown Greensboro, it also has a...More
Built in the 1920s, this 56,000 square feet Beaux Arts style train station is one of the most stately and majestic edifices in Greensboro.
The front of the building boasts a six colonnaded front with Ionic capital columns.
Inside the main waiting area, about eight...More