|Edmonds WA||October 2013||T J Van Haag|
|Effingham IL (EFG)||April 26, 2000||Bill Hakkarinen|
|El Paso TX (ELP)||April 4, 2006||Jim Hebner|
from the Pennsylvanian #43
|March 1, 2000||Bill Hakkarinen|
|Elkhart IN (EKH)||October 30, 1999||Dick Leonhardt|
|Elkhart IN (EKH)||Sept 21, 2001||Dick Leonhardt|
|Elko NV (ELK)
The Elko Station is an unstaffed Amtrak train station in Elko, Nevada. It is served daily by Amtrak's California Zephyr.
|1989||David C Warner|
The station was cleaned up and minor repairs were made here and there sometime around late July to early August 2005 and the signs were changed out.
|Jan 16, 2006||Matt Liverani|
|Emeryville CA (EMY)||Early Spring 1995||Owen Rafferty|
|Emeryville CA||Sept 9, 2005||Bill Hakkarinen|
|Erie PA||August 2001||Bill Hakkarinen|
Where the Vermonter calls. The Amtrak station is now only the small part on the right end of the building, including the blue and cream balloon painted garage door (baggage area), a small waiting room brown door which includes an agent's office the size of a closet. The center portion of the building is occupied by New England Central RR offices, and the left end is a bank.
|Kevin J. Tankersley|
|Eugene OR (EUG)
It is served by the Coast Starlight passenger train and is the southern terminus of the Amtrak Cascades.
The station was built in 1908 by the Southern Pacific Railroad and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Southern Pacific Passenger Depot in 2007.
The current station is the third passenger
depot built at this location.
Built of masonry, it is one of five masonry depots that still exist along the original Southern Pacific West Coast line. The other depots are in Albany, Medford, Roseburg and Salem.
A $1.3 million restoration project was
completed in 2004.
Station built about five years ago to replace the old GN depot.
As with the new depots/stations
in this area they serve both rail and bus passengers.
Everett serves AMTRAK's EMPIRE BUILDER and CASCADES,plus the SOUNDER plus
local and long distance bus lines.The top floors are occupied by commercial
|August 28, 2010||Joe O'Connell|