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Amtrak 19m
Replying to @pappassandy
Our Auto Train only accepts service animals (trained to perform a specific task for the benefit of a person with a disability). Comfort animals and pets are not allowed. Check out the link below for more information.
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Amtrak 11h
Did you know we expanded our Share Fare offerings?
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Amtrak 14h
Replying to @ChrisKargol
Hey Chris! Thank you for traveling with us! 😊
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Amtrak 14h
Replying to @KevinKorell
Hello Kevin. We are sorry for the delay you are experiencing. Train 29 is operating approx. 55min late due to freight train interference along the route. Thank you for your patience.
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Amtrak Sep 14
Station Spotlight: Chicago Union Station, circa 1925, was built as a national railroad hub. Today, Chicago is an important component of global trade, as it is the third largest intermodal port in the world after Hong Kong and Singapore.
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Amtrak Sep 14
Replying to @flannoda @AmtrakAlerts
It looks like Train 3 is holding at Winslow awaiting an engine and crew change due to earlier delays caused by debris on the tracks west of Albuquerque. Updates will be published at once the train is back on the move. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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Amtrak Sep 13
Replying to @fearlessmariah_
For immediate assistance, please call 1-800-USA-RAIL. You may also request a refund or issue a complaint using the link provided:
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Amtrak Sep 13
Replying to @katiemaybe95
Please understand that we do our very best to run our trains on time and also getting our customers to their destinations safely. Delays are an unwelcome but unavoidable part of traveling. we apologize for any inconvenience.
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Amtrak Sep 13
Replying to @briandyches
We can totally understand your frustration with traveling encountering unforeseen delays because of different circumstances. Please understand that we do our very best to run our trains on time and also getting our customers to their destinations safely.
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Amtrak Sep 13
Replying to @marionrice
Visit to book your next trip!
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Amtrak Sep 13
Replying to @gracekgk
Our fares are subject to change due to availability and demand. We recommend booking as early as possible to view the lowest fares. Visit to help save money.
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Amtrak Sep 13
Are you a Weekend Warrior? Ya know, the type that is never in town on the weekends. If so, we've got some tips for your next adventure!
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Amtrak Sep 13
Fan art Friday strikes again! Check out this sketch of one of our trains 👨🏼‍🎨 🖌 Don't forget to tag us and use the hashtag when posting your works of art!
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Amtrak Sep 13
Replying to @DJHANNIBALROYCE
We do apologize and assure you our staff is working expeditiously to get your things returned to you.
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Amtrak Sep 13
Replying to @nicole__patton
We are tremendously proud of our employees who go above and beyond while performing their jobs. We look forward to seeing you again.
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Amtrak Sep 13
Replying to @Kjeld90
We are excited you're thinking of taking Amtrak for your big trip. You may utilize our travel map tool to view the schedule, routes, and fares of your desired trip. We look forward to seeing you on-board! Here is the link: .
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Amtrak Sep 13
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Amtrak Sep 13
Replying to @visitphilly
Lined by gilded and ornamented columns that contrast with the more austere, classical look of the facade as well as by five-story-high cathedral-like windows. The floor, made of Tennessee marble, completes the sense of opulence of this impressive room.
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Amtrak Sep 13
Replying to @Amtrak
The enormous, eight-story steel frame building has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978. The main concourse measures 290ft by 135ft with a 95-foot-high coffered ceiling and beautiful Art Deco chandeliers. ⁣
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Amtrak Sep 13
Station spotlight: Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station was built between 1929 and 1933 by the Pennsylvania Railroad to support the city’s growth. On the station concourse stands the Angel Statue which pays tribute to Pennsylvania Railroad workers who died during service in WWII.⁣
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