Train Stations Canada Major rail and transportation hubs in Canada
Canada's principal train stations are crossroads for national, regional and local rail and transportation services. Photo: Great Hall, Toronto Union Station. © Raysonho.
Central Station/Gare Centrale Montrèal, Québec VIA Rail Canada Services
Corridor services to Ottawa, Toronto and Québec City. Long-distance services to Gaspé; Halifax; Jonquiére; and Tuque-Senneterre.
Amtrak International Service
Amtrak Adirondack international service to Albany, Plattsburgh and New York, New York. AMT Commuter Rail
Agence métropolitaine de transport Central Station services operate three commuter lines to Deux-Montagnes, Mont-Saint-Hilaire and Mascouche. Gare Lucien-L'Allier Station Montrèal, Québec AMT Commuter Rail
Agence métropolitaine de transport Lucien-L'Allier Station services include three commuter lines to Vaudreuil-Hudson, Saint-Jérôme, and Candiac.
Toronto Union Station Toronto, Ontario VIA Services
Corridor services to Ottawa, Montrèal, Niagara Falls, Sarnia and Windsor. Transcontinental
Canadian service to Vancouver via Winnipeg, Edmonton and Jasper. Amtrak International Service
Maple Leaf international service to Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Albany and New York, New York. GO Transit Commuter Rail
Greater Toronto Transit Authority trains operate on seven commuter lines to Kitchener, Milton, Lakeshore West (Hamilton and Niagara Falls), Barrie, Richmond Hill, Stouffville, and Lakeshore East (Oshawa).
Vancouver Pacific Central Station Vancouver, British Columbia VIA Rail Service
Canadian service to Toronto via Jasper, Edmonton and Winnipeg. Amtrak International Service
Amtrak Cascades trains to Seattle and Tacoma, Washington; Portland, Salem and Eugene, Oregon. Waterfront Station Vancouver, British Columbia West Coast Express Commuter Rail
Commuter service between downtown and Mission via Coquitlam.
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