Niagara Falls, Ontario railway station

Niagara Falls, Ontario railway station
Niagara Falls
Via Rail, Amtrak (Inter-city)
GO Transit (Regional)
An Amtrak Maple Leaf train at Niagara Falls Station
Station statistics
Address 4267 Bridge Street
Niagara Falls,ON
Coordinates 43°06′32″N 79°03′48″W / 43.1088°N 79.0634°W / 43.1088; -79.0634Coordinates: 43°06′32″N 79°03′48″W / 43.1088°N 79.0634°W / 43.1088; -79.0634
Structure Heritage building
Platforms Single
Tracks 3 - single track access to platform
Parking Free long and short term
Bicycle facilities No
Baggage check No
Other information
Opened 1879
Rebuilt 1980-1990s
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Owned by Via Rail
Preceding station   Via Rail   Following station
toward Toronto
Niagara Falls–​Toronto Terminus
Preceding station   Amtrak   Following station
toward Toronto
Maple Leaf
Preceding station   GO Transit   Following station
Lakeshore West
Niagara branch

Niagara Falls station in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada is served by Via Rail trains connecting it with Toronto, and by the Maple Leaf joint Via-Amtrak train between Toronto and New York City. From summer 2009, it is also served by seasonal GO Transit trains operating by way of the Lakeshore West line between Toronto and Niagara Falls on weekends and holidays.

The Victorian Gothic Revival style station was built as the terminus for Great Western Railway (1879–1882) and Grand Trunk Railway (1882–1923).[1] The station was renovated in 1951 and 1967 (east wing with restaurant was partially demolished) and again in the 1980s or 1990s.[2] It was later acquired by CN Rail (1923-1970s) and now used by Via Rail (1970s-) and GO Transit.

The station is staffed and wheelchair-accessible, and offers free long-term parking.

GO Transit operates 12 weekday bus services and 8 weekends and holiday services from the station to Burlington GO Station



There is no pre-clearance facilities here or on the American side. For passengers coming from the US, Canada Customs officers process passengers on the train. For trains to the US, US Customs handle passengers upon entry into the US at Niagara Falls, New York (Amtrak station).

Niagara Falls Transit Terminal

The City of Niagara Falls Transit Terminal is located directly across Bridge Street from the railway station.

3d letters and plaque nf transit terminal.jpg

Local buses

Intercity buses

Go Transit

Go transit still services Niagara Falls by bus.

  • Route 12 Stoney Creek/Niagara Falls


External links

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