Railroad Stations conserved
 

Train stations along the first transcontinental railroad between New York and San Francisco

 

New York

Ohio Iowa Utah  

New Jersey

Indiana Nebraska Nevada
Pennsylvania Illinois Wyoming California
Other train stations
  District of Columbia Maryland Virginia Colorado  
 
   
  New York
   
  New York City - Grand Central Terminal
Company : New York Central Railroad
Architect : Reed & Stem and Warren & Wetmore Style : Beaux-Arts Style
Date : 1913
Restored in 1998
 
   
  New Jersey
   
Hoboken - Hoboken Terminal
Company : Delaware, Lackawanna & Western R.R.
Architect : Kenneth M. Murchinson Style : Beaux-Arts Style
Date : 1907
Used by NJ Transit, Path & Ferry
 
   
Newar - Newar Broad Street Station
Company : Delaware, Lackawanna & Western R.R.
Architect : Frank Nies Style : Romanesque Revival
Date : 1903
Used by NJ Transit
 
   
Newar - Pennsylvania Station
Company : Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Architect : McKim, Mead, and White Style : Classical Revival & Art Deco
Date : 1935
Used by NJ Transit
 
   
Newar - Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge
Company : Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Architect : Unknown Style : Vertical-lift bridge
Date : 1935
Used
 
   
    Pennsylvania
   
  Philadelphia - 30th Street Station
Company : Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Architect : Graham, Anderson, Probst & White Style : Classical Revival & Art Deco
Date : 1934
Used by Amtrak
 
    Illinois
  Chicago - Union Station
Company : Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) / Burlington Route / Milwaukee
Architect : Graham, Anderson, Probst & White Style : Classical Revival & Beaux-Arts Style
Date : 1925
Used by Amtrak
 
  Chicago - Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge (South Branch of the Chicago River)
Company : Pennsylvania Railroad
Engineer : Waddell & Harrington / J.C. Bland Style : Vertical-lift (span-driven) bridge
  Date  : 1914
Used
 
  Chicago - Pennsylvania Railroad "Eighy Track" Bascule Bridge (South of 31th St., West of Western Av.)
Company : Pennsylvania Railroad
Engineer : Scherzer rolling lift Company Style : Rolling-lift bascule bridge
Date : 1901, 1910
Used
 
  Chicago - Illinois Central Railroad Swing Bridge (Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal)
Company : Illinois Central Railroad
Engineer : Sanitary District Of Chicago Style : Swing-span bridge
Date : 1900
Used
 
  Chicago - St. Charles Air Line Bridge (North of 16th St., East of Lumber St.)
Company : St.Charles Air Line
Engineer : Strauss Bascule & Concrete bridge Co. Style : Single-leafheed trunnion bascule bridge
Date : 1919, 1930 (déplacé)
Used
 
  Chicago - Union Freight Station
Company :
Architect : Style :
Date

:

Used
 
  Chicago - Pullman Historic District
Company : Pullman Palace Car Company
Architect : Solon S. Beman & Nathan F. Barret Style : American style
Date

: 1880's

Partially conserved in Pullman State Historic Site
 
  Riverside - Station
Company : Chicago Burlington & Quincy R.R
Architect : Style : American style
Date

:

Used by Metra
 
  River Forest- Station
Compagnie :
Architecte : Style : American style
Date

:

Used by Metra
 
  Iowa
Mount Pleasant - Station
Company : Chicago Burlington & Quincy R.R
Architect : Unknown Style : American style
Date

: 1912

Used by Amtrak
 
Mount Pleasant - Hillsboro Depot
Company : Unknown
Architect : Unknown Style :
Date

: Unknown

Removed & conserved in Midwest Old Threshers
 
Mount Pleasant - Yarmouth Depot
Company : Unknown
Architect : Unknown Style :
Date

: Unknown

Removed & conserved in Midwest Old Threshers
 
  Nebraska
Grand Island - Union Pacific Depot d'Oconto
Company : Union Pacific R.R
Architect : Unknown Style : Stick Style
Date

: 1895

Removed in Stuhr Museum of the prairie pioneer
 
North Platte - Union Pacific Depot of Brady Island
Company : Union Pacific R.R
Architect : Unknown Style : Stick Style
Date

: Unknown

Removed in Lincoln County Historical Museum & Village
 
North Platte - Union Pacific Depot of Hershey
Company : Union Pacific R.R
Architect : Unknown Style : Stick Style
Date

: 1892

Removed in Cody Park
 
  Wyoming
Cheyenne - Union Pacific Rounhouse
Company : Union Pacific R.R
Architect : Unknown Style : American style
Date

: Unknown

Conserved at 20%
 
Laramie - Ames Monument
Company : Union Pacific R.R
Architect : Henry Hobson Richardson Style : Richardsonian style
Date

: 1882

Conserved
 
Fort Steele - Fort Steele's Ruins
Company : -
Architect : - Protect Union Pacific Railroad
Date

: 1868

Conserved / Disappeared
 
Green River - Union Pacific Depot
Company : Union Pacific R.R
Architect : Unknown Style : Classical Revival / American style
Date

: Unknown

Used by Union Pacific as offices
 
Green River - Pedestrian bridge accross the tracks
Company : -
Architect : Unknown Style : Steel
Date

: 1938

Conserved
 
  Utah
Morgane - Union Pacific Depot
Company : Union Pacific R.R
Architect : Unknown Style : American style
Date

: Unknown

Conserved and used by the city of Morgane
 
Ogden - Railroad Bridge Oregon Short Line
Company : Oregon Short Line
Engineer : George H. Pegram Style : Single-span bridge
Date

: 1897

Conserved
 
Corinne - Union Pacific Depot
Company : Union Pacific R.R
Architect : - Style : American style
Date

: 1869 (?)

Conserved / Disappeared
 
Promontory Summit - The Big Fill Trail / The Big Trestle
Company : Union Pacific R.R / Central Pacific R.R.
Architect : - Style : Fill / Trestle
Date

: 1869

Conserved / Disappeared
 
Promontory Summit - Golden Spike National Historic Site
Company : Union Pacific R.R / Central Pacific R.R.
Architect : - "Last spike"
Date

: 1869

Conserved
 
From Lucine to Terrace - Railroad Grade
Company : Central Pacific R.R.
Architect : - Style : -
Date

: 1869-1942

Conserved / Disappeared
 
  Nevada
Halleck - Fort Halleck Site
Company : -
Architect : - Protect Central Pacific Railroad
Date

: 1867-1886

Conserved / Disappeared
 
Reno - Southern Pacific Station
Company : Southern Pacific R.R.
Architect : Unknown Style : Mediterranean Revival
Date

: 1925

Used by Amtrak
 
Wabuska - Southern Pacific Depot
Company : Southern Pacific R.R.
Architect : Unknown Style : American style
Date

: 1906

Removed in Nevada State Railroad Museum in Carson City
 
  California
Roseville - Southern Pacific Depot
Company : Central Pacific R.R. / Unknown
Architect : Unknown / Unknown Style : American style
Date

: Unknown / Unknown

Rebuilt and used by Amtrak & Greyhound / Office
 
Sacramento - Central Pacific Depot
Company : Central Pacific R.R. / California State Railroad Museum
Architect : Unknown / Unknown Style : American style
Date

: 1867 / 1970's

Rebuilt and used by California State Railroad Museum
 
Sacramento - Southern Pacific Passenger Depot
Company : Southern Pacific R.R.
Architect : San Francisco architectural firm Style : Italian Renaissance Style / Beaux-Arts style
Date

: 1926

Used by Amtrak
 
Sacramento - Southern Pacific Railroad Complex
Company : Southern Pacific R.R.
Architect : Unknown Style : American style
Date

: Unknown

Conserved / Abandoned
 
Lodi - Southern Pacific Depot
Company : Southern Pacific R.R.
Architect : Unknown Style : American style
Date

: 1907

Used as a multimodal station
 
Stockton - Southern Pacific Depot
Company : Southern Pacific R.R.
Architect : Unknown Style : Italian Renaissance Style / Beaux-Arts style
Date

: Unknown

Used as a multimodal station
 
Stockton - Santa Fe Depot
Company : Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway
Architect : Unknown Style : Mission Revival
Date

: 1900

Used by Amtrak
 
Centerville - Southern Pacific Depot
Company : Southern Pacific R.R.
Architect : Unknown Style : American style
Date

: 1910

Used by Amtrak
 
San Jose - Southern Pacific Depot
Company : Southern Pacific R.R.
Architect : Unknown Style : Italian Renaissance Style
Date

: 1935

Used by Amtrak & Caltrain
 
Colma - San Francisco San Jose Depot
Company : San Francisco and San Jose R.R.
Architect : Unknown Style : American style
Date

: 1863

Colma Historical Association Museum
 
Colma - Southern Pacific Freight Depot
Company : Southern Pacific R.R.
Architect : Unknown Style : American style
Date

: 1881

Colma Historical Association Museum
 
Colma - Railroad Semaphore Signal Circa
Company : Southern Pacific R.R.
Architect : Unknown -
Date

: 1898

Colma Historical Association Museum
 
 
  Other train stations
 
  District of Columbia
Washington DC - Union Station
Company : Pennsylvania Railroad / Baltimore & Ohio
Architect : Daniel H. Burnham Style : Beaux-Arts Style
Date

: 1908

Used by Amtrak and CTA
 
  Maryland
Baltimore - Pennsylvania Station
Company : Pennsylvania Railroad
Architect : McKim, Mead & White Style : Beaux-Arts style
Date

: 1911

Used by Amtrak and CTA
 
  Virginia
Richmond - Main Street Station
Company : Chesapeake & Ohio RR / Seaboard Air Line RR
Architect : Wilson, Harris & Richards Style : French Renaissance Style
Date

: 1901

Used by Amtrak
 
  Colorado
Denver - Union Station
Company : -
Architect : William E. Taylor // Van Brunt & Howe Style : Italian Renaissance Style // Beaux-Arts style
Date

: 1892 (wings) // 1914 (central portion)

Used by Amtrak