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What train companies operate the route from Boston to Baltimore?

This route is covered by Amtrak (Acela Express and Northeast Regional services).

What is the schedule for the train route from Boston to Baltimore?

Trains depart frequently throughout each day, with earliest trains departing around 5:05 AM and the latest trains departing at 9:30. Weekend service is slightly different, with earliest departure times being a bit later (6:40 AM).

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

Trains depart from South Station in Boston and arrive at Pennsylvania Station in Baltimore.

What distance is the train route from Boston to Baltimore?

The total distance traveled by rail is around 400 miles.

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

On the Acela Express (fewer stops), the calculated time of travel is 6 hours 9 minutes. On the Northeast Regional service (more stops), the calculated travel time is 6 hours 58 minutes.

What are the stops on the train route from Boston to Baltimore?

Northeast Regional trains stop at Back Bay Station, Westwood Station, Providence Station, West Kingston Station, Westerly Station, New London, Old Saybrook Station, New Haven Station, Stamford Station, Pennsylvania Station, Penn Station, Metropark Station, Trenton Station, Thirtieth Street Station, and Wilmington Station. Acela Express trains have slightly fewer stops, stopping only at Back Bay Station, Westwood Station, Providence Station, New London, New Haven Station, Stamford Station, Pennsylvania Station, Penn Station, Thirtieth Street Station, and Wilmington Station. There are no transfers on either route.

Why should you travel by train from Boston to Baltimore?

Trains from Boston to Baltimore are a smart choice. Compared to driving, the train takes about the same amount of time, if not much faster, and is far easier than maneuvering a car through busy east coast traffic.

What is there to see and do in Baltimore?

Visitors to Baltimore should check out the National Aquarium, the American Visionary Art Museum, Walters Art Museum, and Port Discovery. Baseball fans will enjoy attending a Baltimore Orioles game at Camden Yards. History buffs will enjoy a visit to Fort McHenry, a key battleground in the War of 1812.