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SUBMIT: Yard Photograph and details of available services toward private passenger coach siding.

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BNSF: Private Car Storage   Movements Rates
NRPC: Movement Tariff   CNOC System Operations

West 221 First Ave

Service Address: West 221 First Ave

Features: Station Lobby, Taxi Staging Area, Walking to Transits

Support Services: Delivery Services

Track Condition: 130lbs class 1 Rail

PV Yard Information: Yard Map   Main Line Traffic


Find more about Weather in Spokane, WA
Burington Northern Santa Fe
Railway Emergencies: 800-832-5452
Union Pacific
Mile Post Empire Builder W-1877

Contact: Station Security 800-331-0008
Contact: Station Manager
West 221 First Ave
Spokane, WA-99204
PH: 509-624-5144
Reservation: 1-800-872-7245
Amtrak Express Shipping: 800-377-6914
No Bicycle Lockers
Parking & Restroom
Baggage Room 206-382-4128
Public Telephone
Wheelchair Accessible
No Platform Seating
No Sheltered Seating
Lobby Seating & Restroom
Overhead Cross Walk
No Food & Beverage Services
No Connecting Rail Services
No Transit Center

GENERAL INFORMATION:    Weather    Local News    Library   

The first Native Americans arrived between twelve to eight thousand years ago and were hunter-gatherer societies that lived off the plentiful game in the area. Over time the forests in the area began to thin out, Spokane Tribe became more dependent upon roots, berries and fish settled in the region, or descendants of tribes from the Great Plains. The Northwest Fur Company sent two white fur trappers west of the Rocky Mountains to search for fur, became the first two white men met by the Spokane tribe, who believed them to be Sama/sacred, and set the trappers up in the Colville River valley for the winter. Canadian David Thompson explored the Spokane area and began European settlement with the westward expansion and establishment of the North West Company’s Spokane House in 1810.

Spokane House was the first long-term European settlement in Washington and the center of the fur trade between the Rockies and the Cascades. In the late 1800s, gold and silver were discovered to be one of the most productive mining districts in North America. "Spokan Falls" was settled in 1871 and officially incorporated as City of Spokane in 1881, which name comes from the Native American Tribe known as the Spokane, which means "Children of the Sun" in Salish. Spokane is nick named "Lilac City", after the flowers that have flourished since their introduction to the area in the early 20th century. Completion of the Northern Pacific Railway in 1881 brought major settlement to the Spokane area and became known as "Inland Empire".

FEATURES:    Local Wineries    City Dining           

ATTRACTIONS:    Museum Art & Culture    Armed Forces & Aerospace Museum    Valley Heritage Center    Japanese Cultural Center    Mobius Kids           

EVENTS:    Blooms Day Run    Lilac Festival    First Night     Valley Fest

TRANSPORTATION:    STA Transit    Paratransit    Greyhound    Northwest Trailways    Silver Eagle Charters                   

TAXI:    Super Save    Spokane Cab    Execu Van

EXPLORE AREA:    Map     Parks & Recreation    Finch Arboretum    Manito Park    Palisades Park    Mount Spokane State Park    Riverside State Park    Bike Trails           

TOURS:    St Johns Cathedral Tours    Winery Tours    Historial Walking Sites                           

RECREATION:    Ski Mount Spokane       

HOTEL/MOTEL:    Davenport*    Doubletree*    Red Lion River Inn*    Red Lion Parkside*    Holiday Inn Express*    Days Inn Downtown*
Within walking distance*   "Will provide shuttle between station-hotel"

FACILITIES:    Amtrak    Private Railcar & Tour Train Siding           

SUPPORT SERVICES:    Amtrak Special Accessibility    Amtrak Disability Reservation    Bicycle Shops           

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