Even though Connecticut is a small state, it has more than 10 Amtrak stations. Trains that stop here only travel regionally in the Northeast United States. For a long-distance train trip or to travel across the country, you’ll need to first travel to Boston, New York City or Washington D.C. and transfer to a different train route.

Explore the list of Connecticut Amtrak stations below to learn more.

Connecticut Amtrak Stations

StationAmtrak Routes
Berlin, CT (BER)Hartford Line, Northeast Regional, Valley Flyer
Bridgeport, CT (BRP)Northeast Regional, Vermonter
Hartford, CT (HFD)Hartford Line, Northeast Regional, Valley Flyer, Vermonter
Meriden, CT (MDN)Hartford Line, Northeast Regional, Valley Flyer, Vermonter
Mystic, CT (MYS)Northeast Regional
New London, CT – Union Station (NLC) 
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Northeast Regional
New Haven, CT – Union Station (NHV)Acela, Hartford Line, Northeast Regional, Valley Flyer, Vermonter
Old Saybrook, CT (OSB)Northeast Regional
Stamford, CT (STM)Acela, Northeast Regional, Vermonter
Wallingford, CT (WFD)Hartford Line, Northeast Regional, Valley Flyer
Windsor, CT (WND)Hartford Line, Northeast Regional, Valley Flyer
Windsor Locks, CT (WNL)Hartford Line, Northeast Regional, Valley Flyer, Vermonter

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