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What train companies operate the route from Baltimore to New York?

This route is operated by Amtrak’s Acela Express and Northeast Regional services.

What is the schedule for the train route from Baltimore to New York?

Departures range from 3:52 AM to 10:54 PM, every day, with trains departing quite frequently (about every 20 minutes to every hour).

What are the departure and arrival train stations for the route from Baltimore to New York?

Trains depart from Baltimore’s Pennsylvania Station and arrive in New York’s Pennsylvania Station.

What distance is the train route from Baltimore to New York?

The length of the trip is roughly 175 miles.

How long does it take to travel from Baltimore to New York by train?

The expected travel time between 2 hours 27 minutes (Acela Express) and 2 hours 45 minutes (Northeast Regional).

What are the stops on the train route from Baltimore to New York?

The stops passed along the Northeast Regional service’s journey include Wilmington Station, 30th Street Station, Trenton Station, and Newark Station. The Acela Express is the same, except it does not stop at Trenton Station.

Why should you travel by train from Baltimore to New York?

The train between Baltimore and New York is very convenient compared with driving, since the east coast’s highways are highly packed with auto traffic, and parking costs are very high in both cities.

What is there to see and do in New York?

New York, also known as the Big Apple, has just about everything a major city could offer. Visitors can find virtually any style of restaurant, with any culture’s cuisine from around the world. There are an endless number of live music venues and nightclubs. In the daytime common tourist attractions include Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island (an original immigration control site in early US history), and the 9/11 Memorial.