New Buffalo station

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Location
41°47'47"N
086°44'45"W
Country
 United States of America
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New Buffalo is a train station in New Buffalo, Michigan, served by Amtrak, the United States' passenger railroad system. The Blue Water (Chicago–Port Huron) stops once daily, and Wolverine (Chicago–Detroit/Pontiac) stops three times daily in each direction.

History

From August 5, 1984 to October 26, 2009, Amtrak's Pere Marquette (Chicago—Grand Rapids) stopped in New Buffalo at a station along the old C&O alignment. This station was located approximately seven blocks south of the current station, close to the New Buffalo Railroad Museum. When the current station opened along the Michigan Line, the Pere Marquette stopped serving New Buffalo, although the trains still pass through town along this alignment.
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