Amtrak has several train stations throughout the state of New York. Our Amtrak Station Map provides links to each railroad station in the great state of New York.

  • Albany-Rensselaer Station (ALB)
  • Amsterdam Station (AMS)
  • Buffalo-Depew Station (BUF)
  • Buffalo–Exchange Street Station (BFX)
  • Croton-Harmon Station (CRT)
  • Fort Edward–Glens Falls Station (FED)
  • Hudson Station (HUD)
  • New Rochelle Station (NRO)
  • Niagara Falls Station (NFL)
  • Penn Station | New York City
  • Plattsburgh Station (PLB)
  • Port Henry Station (POH)
  • Port Kent Station (PRK)
  • Poughkeepsie Station (POU)
  • Rhinecliff-Kingston Station (RHI)
  • Rochester Station (ROC)
  • Rome Station (ROM)
  • Rouses Point Station (RSP)
  • Saratoga Springs Station (SAR)
  • Schenectady Station (SDY)
  • Syracuse Station (SYR)
  • Ticonderoga Station (FTC)
  • Utica | Union Station (UCA)
  • Westport Station (WSP)
  • Whitehall Station (WHL)
  • Yonkers Station (YNY)

Amtrak Syracuse StationA train ride from the Amtrak Syracuse station will get you to New York City (Penn Station) in 5 hours and 35 minutes with only 11 stops. The Amtrak Syracuse Station has great food options and sets you up for an enjoyable, relaxing ride to the city. The ride will take you through the pleasant stops of Rome, Utica, Amsterdam, Schenectady, Albany-Rensselaer, Hudson, Rhinecliff, Poughkeepsie, Croton-Harmon, and Yonkers. Your view of natural scenery between stops will be one of the best you can experience on an Amtrak train. You will get a great view of the Hudson River for a majority of the train ride, as well as lots of great nature and urban communities.

Looking for things to do in New York City? From Penn Station in New York City, the 1, 2, 3, A, C and E Subway trains are available for easy uptown and downtown travel, with the D, F, M, N, Q, R and W trains a short walk away. Madison Square GardenThe High LineEmpire State Building and Times Square are all nearby the station and a great way to the spend the day in the Big Apple. While you enjoy this ride do not forget to check out New York By Rail’s recommendations for things to do in New York City. Read through these other great recommendations from New York City concierges for their favorite attractions throughout NYC.

While Amtrak rehabilitates the track they normally use to reach Penn Station, all trains from Albany to NYC will arrive at Grand Central Station from Saturday, May 26 until Monday, Sept. 3, 2018. Trains from Syracuse to NYC will return to Penn Station on Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018. From Grand Central Station, the 4, 5, 6 and 7 Subway trains are available for easy uptown and downtown travel.

Amtrak Train at Penn Station - NYCA train ride on Amtrak from Penn Station will get you to Syracuse station in 6 hours and 9 minutes with only 11 stops. Being one of the country’s most populated transit stations on a regular basis, Penn Station is littered with places to eat and shop before you catch your train. Make sure to enjoy the station and all it has to offer as best you can. Once aboard Amtrak,  you will be taken on a scenic tour of upstate New York through Yonkers, Croton-Harmon, Poughkeepsie, Rhinecliff, Hudson, Albany-Rensselaer, Schenectady, Amsterdam, Utica, and Rome.

Looking for things to do in Syracuse? From the Amtrak Syracuse Station, you may want to check out the Carrier DomeDestiny USA, Lakeview Amphitheatre, or the Erie Canal Museum. With all of these places available for spending your time in Syracuse, you truly can’t go wrong. While you’re enjoying your Amtrak ride do not forget to check out New York By Rail‘s recommendations for things to do in Syracuse.

While Amtrak rehabilitates the track they normally use to reach Penn Station, all trains from Syracuse to NYC will arrive at Grand Central Station from Saturday, May 26 until Monday, Sept. 3, 2018. Trains from Albany to NYC will return to Penn Station on Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018. From Grand Central Station, the 4, 5, 6 and 7 Subway trains are available for easy uptown and downtown travel.

From Penn Station (NYC) to the Albany-Rensseler Amtrak station, the train ride is approximately 2 hours and 25 minutes with only 6 stops.

Amtrak Albany to NYCFrom Albany-Rensselaer Amtrak station to Penn Station, the train ride is approximately is 2 hours and 40 minutes with only 6 stops. Along the way, you will pass through the beautiful Hudson River-side communities of Hudson, Rhinecliff, Poughkeepsie, Croton-Harmon and Yonkers. Read about these Amtrak stops and travel suggestions here. While traveling on Amtrak from Albany to NYC, be sure to sit on the right side of the train for a gorgeous view of the river, the Catskill Mountains and the Palisades as you approach Manhattan.

Looking for things to do in New York City? From Penn Station in New York City, the 1, 2, 3, A, C and E Subway trains are available for easy uptown and downtown travel, with the D, F, M, N, Q, R and W trains a short walk away. Madison Square Garden, The High Line, Empire State Building and Times Square are all nearby the station and a great way to the spend the day in the Big Apple. Read through these other great recommendations from New York City concierges for their favorite attractions throughout NYC.

While Amtrak rehabilitates the track they normally use to reach Penn Station, all trains from Albany to NYC will arrive at Grand Central Station from Saturday, May 26 until Monday, Sept. 3, 2018. Trains from Albany to NYC will return to Penn Station on Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018. From Grand Central Station, the 4, 5, 6 and 7 Subway trains are available for easy uptown and downtown travel.

Amtrak Trains from Albany to NYC

Empire Service
Ethan Allen Express
Adirondack
Maple Leaf

Amtrak offers many everyday discounts like those for students, children and military, AAA, NARP, Veteran Advantage membership holders and more. Visit New York By Rail to view all of Amtrak’s featured discounts and rewards.

Amtrak offers various travel packages that can be fun for everyone. Packages like the Culinary Institute of America, Legendary Erie Canal, Hudson Valley Wine & Food Festival, Women of Influence American Music festival, Revolutionary War and many others. These packages give travelers a fun excursion with planned events to participate in. Visit the travel packages section of New York By Rail to see all the opportunities for fun-filled travel.

There are two Amtrak stations located in Buffalo, Buffalo Exchange Street and Buffalo-Depew. A ride on Amtrak from Penn Station to Buffalo Exchange Street is 7 hours and 59 minutes. A ride on Amtrak from Penn Station to Buffalo-Depew station is 7 hours and 42 minutes.

While you enjoy this ride do not forget to check out New York By Rail’s recommendations for things to do in Buffalo, and visit our discounts and rewards page for exclusive Amtrak promotions.

There are two Amtrak stations located in Buffalo, Buffalo Exchange Street and Buffalo-Depew. A ride on Amtrak from Buffalo Exchange Street Amtrak station to Penn Station is 8 hours and 15 minutes. A ride on Amtrak from Buffalo-Depew station to Penn Station is 7 hours and 59 minutes.

While you enjoy this ride do not forget to check out New York By Rail’s recommendations for things to do in New York City.

Take your nearest Amtrak train to the Albany-Rensselaer Station and rent a car from Enterprise to get to Howe Caverns. Visit Howe Caverns and all it has to offer with outdoor events such as zip lining, rock walls, air jumper and more. There are various packages such as the Tour and stay, Lantern Tour, Sweetheart Tour and several more.

Hudson StationYes, you can travel with Amtrak to Hudson, NY! Amtrak stops at Hudson, NY in Columbia County via the Empire Service, Maple Leaf, Adirondack and Ethan Allen Express lines; a two-hour ride from Penn Station, and a 25-minute ride from Albany-Rensselaer Station. The cost is $38 for a one-way, off-peak ticket from Penn Station, and $18 from Albany-Rensselaer with sufficient advance purchase, but price can vary. The earliest trains to Hudson leave Penn Station at 7:15 a.m. and Albany-Rensselaer at 5:05 a.m, arriving at 9:20 a.m and 5:30 a.m. respectively. Don’t forget to use the See New York and Save 15% Discount when purchasing tickets!

Looking for things to do in Hudson, NY? Get picked up at the Hudson Station by Enterprise Rent-a-Car and taken to your reserved rental car! Use code NYTRAIN for a discount when making your reservation. Reach the Hudson office at 518-828-5492.

Once on the road, visit great attractions like Olana State Historic Site, Art OMI, Mac-Haydn Theatre and more. To learn more about these great spots and more click here.

 

The Great Dome Car on Amtrak's Adirondack line, riding from Albany-Rensselaer to Montrèal. | Photo from Amtrak

The Great Dome Car on Amtrak’s Adirondack line, riding from Albany-Rensselaer to Montrèal. | Photo from Amtrak

The Dome Car travels on the Amtrak’s Adirondack line annually in New York. It heads north on Train 69 from Albany-Rensselaer to Montréal and heads south on Train 68 from Montreal to Albany-Rensselaer.

Accessible stations via the Adirondack line include Penn Station-New York City, Yonkers, Croton-Harmon, Poughkeepsie, Rhinecliff-Kingston, Hudson, Albany-Rensselaer, Schenectady, Saratoga Springs, Fort Edward-Glens Falls, Whitehall, Ticonderoga, Port Henry, Westport, Plattsburgh, Rouses Point and Montréal Central Station.

Dates and availability of the Dome Car are subject to change without notice. For more information on the Great Dome Car and schedules, visit Amtrak.com.

Don’t forget to use the See New York and Save 15% Discount when purchasing tickets for the Dome Car along the Adirondack Amtrak line. Take a look at these other great discounts offered by Amtrak and New York By Rail too.

Staying overnight? Get picked up at most Amtrak stations by Enterprise Rent-a-Car and taken to your reserved rental car! Use code NYTRAIN for a discount when making your reservation. Click here to see if your destination offers an Enterprise pick up.

Amtrak Train at Penn Station - train to NYCAmtrak trains travel to New York City’s Penn Station via the Adirondack, Empire Service, Ethan Allen Express, Lake Shore Limited, Maple Leaf and Vermonter lines daily.

Accessible stations via the Adirondack line include Yonkers, Croton-Harmon, Poughkeepsie, Rhinecliff-Kingston, Hudson, Albany-Rensselaer, Schenectady, Saratoga Springs, Fort Edward-Glens Falls, Whitehall, Ticonderoga, Port Henry, Westport, Plattsburgh, Rouses Point, Amsterdam, Utica, Rome, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo-Depew, Buffalo-Exchange St., Niagara Falls, Castleton, Rutland, Toronto and Montréal Central Station.

With more than half a million commuter and intercity passengers passing through its concourses every day, New York Penn Station is the busiest rail hub in North America and a gateway to the nation’s largest city.

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