Pacific Central Station

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Pacific Central Station in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is a railway station that acts as the western terminus of Via Rail's cross-country The Canadian to Toronto and the northern terminus of Amtrak’s Cascades to Seattle, Portland, and Eugene, Oregon. Until Via Rail took over operations around 1979, Canadian Pacific Railway’s passenger trains went further west to Waterfront Station in downtown Vancouver, now used by the SkyTrain and the West Coast Express commuter railway.

Pacific Central Station is adjacent to Main Street SkyTrain station. The station is wheelchair-accessible and is staffed with full Via services.

The station also provides intercity coach service, being the head office and bus depot of Pacific Coach Lines and the main Vancouver terminal for Greyhound Canada. Also Malaspina bus, which serves the Sunshine communities of Gibsons, Sechelt and Powell River

Rather than stopping for an immigration inspection at the border, as happens with Adirondack to Montreal and Maple Leaf to Toronto, passengers for the Cascades to Seattle, Portland, and Eugene, Oregon pass through U.S. border preclearance facilities and...
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