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Travel guide Philadelphia–Pittsburgh
What train companies operate the route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh?
Amtrak operates these routes, with one route being operated by the Pennsylvanian service, and the other route being operated by the Acela Express and Capitol Limited services (transfer in Washington).
What is the schedule for the train route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh?
There are two departures everyday, at 12:42 PM and 1:16 PM.
What are the departure and arrival train stations for the route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh?
Trains depart from Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station and arrive in Pittsburgh Station.
What distance is the train route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh?
The length of each journey is approximately 300 miles.
How long does it take to travel from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh by train?
The time of travel is 7 hours 23 minutes for the Pennsylvanian route and 10 hours 32 minutes for the Acela Express/Capitol Limited route.
What are the stops on the train route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh?
Stops passed along the way for the Pennsylvanian route include Paoli Station, Lancaster Station, Elizabethtown Station, Harrisburg Transportation Center, Lewistown Station, Huntingdon Station, Tyrone Station, Altoona Station, Johnstown Station, Latrobe Station, and Greensburg Station. On the Acela Express/Capitol Limited route, stops passed include Wilmington Station, Baltimore Pennsylvania Station, Union Station (transfer point), Rockville Station, Harpers Ferry Station, Martinsburg Station, Cumberland Station, and Connellsville Station.
Why should you travel by train from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh?
The train passes beautiful Appalachian Mountain scenery along the way and allows passengers to relax without needing to watch the road.
What is there to see and do in Pittsburgh?
Pittsburgh is home to a bustling live music scene, with bluegrass, blues and jazz, as well as classical music. There are several museums of interest, including the Andy Warhol Museum, the Carnegie Museum of Art, and the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. Sports fans can enjoy catching a Pittsburgh Pirates (baseball), Pittsburgh Steelers (football), or Pittsburgh Penguins (ice hockey) game.