Springfield Union Station in United States

Union Station, Springfield MA

COVID-19 update for Springfield's Union Station I visited the Union Station in Springfield MA again recently, for the first time since the COVID-19 crisis began.

Station Awaits Opening of Platform C (Tracks 4 and 6) As my wife and I passed through Union Station on our way from Greenfield, MA, to Alexandria, VA, and return, in early January, we got great looks at Springfield Union Station's...

Long Awaited Station Platform Improvements Almost Completed When my wife and I visited the station in October, a tremendous amount of work had been done on the refurbished canopy and new ADA-compliant high level platform and...

The story of the rebirth of Springfield’s Union Station was a 40-year saga that began with a promise to save a landmark that was teetering on the brink of extinction. On December 19, 1926, an estimated 30,000 people toured Opening Day of Union Station. The new facility with its gleaming terrazzo floors, had a restaurant, lunch counter, barbershop, shoeshine parlor and small shops to service hundreds of daily passengers who boarded up to 130 trains every 24 hours. The reconstruction of Union Station lasted four years and one month finishing in 2016. The great hall was gutted to the bare walls and rebuilt. The historic clock that hung at the entrance to the tunnel since the building opened, to a wooden train schedule board and 90-year-old baggage carts the original Terrazzo floors were all preserved. In addition to the train station there is an intermodal transportation center with local and long-distance buses, a new parking garage, office, retail and restaurant space.


Address 55 Frank B Murray St, Springfield, MA 01103-1004

Phone +1 413-471-3397

Website https://www.springfieldunionstation.com/

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