Northampton (Amtrak station)

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toward St. Albans

Northampton is a proposed passenger rail station in Northampton, Massachusetts. The station will be located on the rerouted Amtrak Vermonter line, currently serving communities from Union Station in Washington, DC to St. Albans, Vermont.[1]


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