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National Train Day at Tampa Union Station

  • 09 May 2015
  • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Tampa Union Station (Amtrak Station), 601 N. Nebraska Avenue, Downtown Tampa, FL 33602
Join the fun at National Train Day at Tampa Union Station!

We'll be celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the Atlantic Coast Line's New York-Florida streamliner The Champion this year, with model trains, historical displays, exhibits, music and more!

Best of all, it's completely free.

Join us for a day of fun from 10 AM to 4 PM on Saturday, May 9. And be sure to check out the official event listing for updates and a full program for the day!

Where is Union Station? Tampa Union Station is Tampa's Amtrak station and is located at the corner of Nebraska Avenue, Twiggs Street, and Nuccio Parkway in Downtown Tampa, on the edge of Ybor City. This interactive map of Downtown Tampa shows the location of the station in greater detail.

GO GREEN BY TAKING TRANSIT OR AMTRAK TO NATIONAL TRAIN DAY!

Transit to National Train Day? Yes! HART bus lines 2, 9, and 12 serve Tampa Union Station directly. Other bus lines stop nearby. For more information, visit HART's website.

Amtrak to National Train Day? Absolutely! Tampa Union Station is served by 4 Amtrak arrivals and departures daily (two train, two connecting motorcoach) from cities like Miami, Orlando, Jacksonville, Savannah, and others. For schedules, fares and other information, visit Amtrak.com or call 1-800-USA-RAIL.

For more information about historic Tampa Union Station, be sure to check out the Friends of Tampa Union Station website at www.tampaunionstation.com

Questions? Email the Florida Coalition of Rail Passengers at fcrp@fcrprail.org or Friends of Tampa Union Station at tampaunionstation@gmail.com.

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