Claremont (Amtrak station)

Station statistics
Address Plains Road and Maple Avenue
Claremont, NH 03743
Coordinates 43°22′09″N 72°22′40″W / 43.36911°N 72.37764°W / 43.36911; -72.37764Coordinates: 43°22′09″N 72°22′40″W / 43.36911°N 72.37764°W / 43.36911; -72.37764
Platforms 1
Tracks 2
Parking Yes
Bicycle facilities Yes; Bicycle Shop
Other information
Opened 1920
Code CLA
Owned by Claremont Cycle Depot
Passengers (2010) 1,967[1] increase 11%
Preceding station   Amtrak   Following station
toward St. Albans

Claremont is a train station in Claremont, New Hampshire served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. The station was originally opened in 1920 by the Boston and Maine Railroad as Claremont Junction.[2] It not only has parking for bicycles, but actually doubles as a bicycle sales and repair shop called Claremont Cycle Depot.

On average, approximately five passengers boarded or detrained Amtrak services daily at Claremont in FY2010, making it the least-frequented of the four Amtrak stations in New Hampshire.[1] The other three passenger rail stations are located in southeastern New Hampshire, on the popular Downeaster route from Boston, Massachusetts to Portland, Maine.


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