Amtrak Route - Cascades Corridor

Amtrak Cascades Corridor

Amtrak Route - Cascades Corridor

This listing included current and discontinued routes operated by Amtrak since May 1, 1971. Some intercity trains were also operated after 1971 by the Alaska Railroad, Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad, Chicago South Shore and South Bend Railroad, Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad, Georgia Railroad, Reading Company, and Southern Railway. The Southern Railway and D&RGW routes were taken over by Amtrak in 1979 and 1983 respectively.
 
Name Indicates Amtrak's name for the train, or in some cases the pre-Amtrak name for trains operating prior to November 14, 1971
Route The endpoints and major intermediate stops for the train. Changes to terminal stations within the same city, as well as route changes that did not modify the endpoint cities, are not shown.
Service
Began
The date Amtrak began operating the train
Service
Ended
The date Amtrak ceased operating the train
Notes Additional information concerning name changes and prior operators
Trains conveyed to Amtrak either on May 1, 1971, or afterward
Trains that are currently operating
†‡ Trains conveyed to Amtrak that are currently operating

Current Amtrak Route - Cascades Corridor

All regional service between Vancouver, British Columbia and Eugene, Oregon has been known as Amtrak Cascades since 1998. Prior to this, individual trains or services had unique names. This table includes only trains that did not operate beyond the corridor.
 
Name Route Service
Began
Service
Ended
Notes
Amtrak Cascades
(train) †
Vancouver - Eugene May 17, 1998 present Replaced Cascadia, Mount Adams and Mount Baker International.
Name did not appear until the 1998 timetable. Service formally began in 1999.
Cascadia
(Amtrak Cascades train)
Seattle - Eugene October 29, 1995 May 16, 1998 Renamed from the Mount Rainier. Merged into Amtrak Cascades
Mount Adams
(Amtrak Cascades train)
Seattle - Portland October 1, 1994 May 16, 1998 Replaced the Northwest Talgo. Merged into Amtrak Cascades
Mount Baker International
(Amtrak Cascades train)
Vancouver - Seattle May 26, 1995 May 16, 1998 Merged into Amtrak Cascades
Mount Rainier
(Amtrak Cascades train) ‡
Seattle - Portland May 1, 1971 October 29, 1994 Inherited from an unnamed Burlington Northern Railroad train. Unnamed until 1971.
Southbound ran to Eugene from 1980 to 1981 as the return from a Willamette Valley trip.
Seattle - Eugene October 30, 1994 October 29, 1995 Renamed Cascadia.
Northwest Talgo
(Amtrak Cascades train)
Seattle - Portland April 1, 1994 September 30, 1994 Replaced by the Mount Adams
Pacific International
(train)
Vancouver - Seattle July 17, 1972 September 30, 1981  
Puget Sound
(Amtrak Cascades train) ‡
Seattle - Portland May 1, 1971 June 7, 1977 Inherited from an unnamed Burlington Northern Railroad train. Unnamed until November 14, 1971.
Replaced by the Pioneer.
Willamette Valley
(train)
Portland - Eugene August 3, 1980 December 31, 1981  
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