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Travel guide New York–Montreal


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

This route is operated by Amtrak, via their Adirondack route.

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

Trains depart daily at 8:15 AM.

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

Trains depart from New York’s Pennsylvania Station and arrive at Montreal Central Station.

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

The distance traveled by rail between New York and Montreal is approximately 360 miles.

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

The expected travel time is 10 hours 56 minutes.

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

After leaving New York, stops along the journey include Yonkers Station, Croton-on-Hudson Station, Poughkeepsie Station, Rhinecliff, Hudson Station, Albany-Rensselaer Station, Schenectady Station, Saratoga Springs Station, Fort Edward Station, Amtrak Whitehall Station, Ticonderoga Station, Port Henry Station, Westport Station, Plattsburgh Station, Rouses Point Station, and Saint-Lambert Station.

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

Train travelers will have an excellent opportunity to observe magnificent scenery along the way in upstate New York.

What is there to see and do in Montreal?

Montreal sits at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence River and the Ottawa River, making the city an ideal spot for travel by boat. Visitors to Montreal can also enjoy walking tours alongside an abundance of French-inspired architecture. Old Montreal is a common attraction for tourists seeking a pleasant/romantic getaway. Artistic-minded visitors can enjoy a variety jazz and rock performances, art galleries, and theaters, while foodies can enjoy eating at a large variety of French restaurants.