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Dunsmuir Amtrak Station

Hotels near Dunsmuir Amtrak Station, Dunsmuir, United States .

Surrounded by pines and quiet beauty of the Pacific Northwest, Dunsmuir Station is the northernmost Amtrak station in the State of California. Both the town and the station were first named “Pusher” by Southern Pacific Railroad, but were later renamed in honor of Canadian coal baron Alexander Dunsmuir, who offered to improve services in the town if the residents would honor him by re-baptizing the town. Alexander Dunsmuir also built a mansion in the Oakland Hills, which today is a museum. The town is located in the heart of the Mt. Shasta recreational areas. T

he station is only open before and after train arrivals, which happen only twice a day, by Amtrak's Coast Starlight, which operates on the entire west coast from Seattle to Los Angeles. The station offers an enclosed waiting room, but no ticket offices. Downtown Dunsmuir is reachable by foot, and the town has a population of close to 2,000 people. While the station is sleepy today, in the past it was used as a refueling station for trains before crossing the mountains, and this history is reflected in the town.

Local lodging options include the Railroad Park Resort, Best Choice Inn and the Best Western Tree House Motor Inn.

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