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Perryville (MARC station)

MARC commuter rail station
Perryville Station; June 9, 2009.
Station statistics
Address 650 Broad Street
Perryville, MD 21903

39°33′30″N 76°04′18″W / 39.5583°N 76.0717°W / 39.5583; -76.0717Coordinates: 39°33′30″N 76°04′18″W / 39.5583°N 76.0717°W / 39.5583; -76.0717

Connections Cecil County The Bus Perryville Connection
Platforms 1 side platform
Tracks 4
Other information
Opened 1905(PW&B)
Rebuilt 1992
Owned by Amtrak
Preceding station   MARC   Following station
Penn Line Terminus
    Former services    
Pennsylvania Railroad

Perryville is a passenger rail station in Perryville, Maryland that is served by the MARC Penn Line. The station is located on the southern part of the Northeast Corridor, however Amtrak does not service the station. A single Amtrak train—Northeast Regional #151—stops at Perryville to board MARC ticket holders.[1] The station is also the northernmost in the MARC system and the terminus for the Penn Line.[2]


Perryville Station was originally built by the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad in 1905 and adopted by the Pennsylvania Railroad, and is located within a wye for the PW&B's Port Deposit Branch. When Amtrak took over passenger service in 1971, the station was closed but later in the decade became a stop for the Chesapeake between Washington D.C., and Philadelphia, until it was acquired by MARC.[3] The station was remodeled to its original specifications in 1992,[4] and is located near an Amtrak maintenance facility.

Perryville station also contains the Perryville Railroad Museum, open on Sunday afternoons, which includes a model train layout and exhibits about the history of railroads in Perryville.


External links

  • Image from Maryland Route 7 (
  • Perryville Station and vicinity (
  • Perryville Official Site, with slight info on Perryville Railroad Station & Museum)
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