What would you like to do?
probably pacific central in Vancouver
VIA Rail Canada, in cooperation with Amtrak, operates the daily Maple Leaf from Toronto. The first Amtrak, and therefore US, train station is in Niagara Falls, NY, The train c…ontinues east and south to Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Albany and New York.
There isn't one that I would consider anywhere near Branson. The nearest is Sedalia, MO, which is about 150 miles away on US 65. Sedalia is along the "River Runner…" route that runs between Kansas City and St. Louis. The other option, if your destination is south, would be to drive to Poplar Bluff, MO. That's about 200 miles away on the "Texas Eagle" route that runs from Chicago to San Antonio via Little Rock and Dallas (and then out to Los Angeles, but if you're going to LA you'd probably do better to get on the River Runner at Sedalia and transfer to the "Southwest Chief" at KC).
there are lockers at most stations but you have to pay for it
1819 Morris Avenue Birmingham, AL 35203
2150 East Katella Avenue Anaheim Stadium Parking Lot Anaheim, CA 92806
5 Buena Vista Avenue Amtrak/Metro-North Station Yonkers, NY 10701
Yes. It is located at 1003 South 9th Street Omaha, NE 68108
Along the City of New Orleans, there are stops in Newbern-Dyserburg and Memphis.
The Amtrak station serving Albany is in Rensselaer.
No. The nearest stations are in Washington, DC and New Carollton, MD.
Dwight - Amtrak station - was created in 1891.
Chico - Amtrak station - was created in 1892.
Norman - Amtrak station - was created in 1909.
Sandusky - Amtrak station - was created in 1892.
Holland - Amtrak station - was created in 1926.