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

This route is operated by Amtrak’s Silver Star service.

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

Trains depart daily at 5:27 PM.

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

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

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

The train travels an overall distance between 1,100 and 1,200 miles.

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

The published duration of travel is 1 day 1 hour.

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

There are no transfers. Stops passed along the way include Lakeland Station, Kissimmee Station, Orlando Station, Winter Park Station, DeLand Station, Palatka Station, Jacksonville Station, Savannah Station, Denmark Station, Columbia Station, Camden Station, Hamlet Station, Southern Pines Station, Cary Station, Raleigh Station, Rocky Mount Station, Petersburg Station, Staples Mill Road Station, Alexandria Station, Union Station, Baltimore Pennsylvania Station, Wilmington Station, Thirtieth Street Station, Trenton Station, and Newark Station.

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

This route takes not much longer than the corresponding drive but is much easier for the passenger to endure. Also, arriving by train in Manhattan at Pennsylvania Station is much more convenient than arriving in Manhattan in a car.

What is there to see and do in New York?

Popular attractions in New York City include the Statue of Liberty, the Rockefeller Center, the September 11th Memorial, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Empire State Building, Central Park, Ellis Island, and the Statue of Liberty.