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What train companies operate the route from Dallas to Chicago?

The route from Dallas to Chicago is operated solely by Amtrak’s Texas Eagle service.

What is the schedule for the train route from Dallas to Chicago?

Trains depart once every day at 3:40 PM.

What are the departure and arrival train stations for the route from Dallas to Chicago?

Texas Eagle trains depart from Dallas’s Union Station and arrive in Chicago’s Union Station.

What distance is the train route from Dallas to Chicago?

The overall distance traveled by rail is approximately 900 miles.

How long does it take to travel from Dallas to Chicago by train?

The predicted time of travel is 22 hours 12 minutes.

What are the stops on the train route from Dallas to Chicago?

After leaving Dallas, the train passes the following stops (no transfers): City of Mineola Transportation Complex, Longview Transportation Center Station, Marshall Station, Texarkana Station, Hope Station, Arkadelphia Station, Malvern Station, Little Rock Station, Walnut Ridge Station, Poplar Bluff Station, Arcadia, St. Louis Station, Alton Station, Amtrak - Carlinville Station, Springfield Station, Lincoln Station, Uptown Station, Pontiac Station, and Joliet Station.

Why should you travel by train from Dallas to Chicago?

Although relatively unexciting, taking this train route is much easier than making the corresponding drive, because passengers can kick back and relax instead of focusing for long periods of time on the road.

What is there to see and do in Chicago?

Visitors to Chicago can enjoy the Art Institute of Chicago, the Shedd Aquarium, Willis Tower, the Navy Pier, Millennium Park, the Field Museum of Natural History, and a walk down the Magnificent Mile. Some favorite neighborhoods of visitors include Wrigleyville and Lincoln Park, which are lined with interesting pubs, cafes, and restaurants. It is imperative that visitors try a slice of a Chicago-style deep-dish pizza.