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Checked Baggage Service
For your convenience, check your baggage free of charge. Amtrak offers checked baggage service at a number of stations and on many trains and Thruway Services. This service is only available to ticketed passengers whose origin and destination stations offer checked baggage. Not all trains or locations are equipped to handle checked baggage. Find your station(s) to see if checked baggage is available. 2 Bags - 50 lbs. — 75 Linear Inches*
2 Additional Bags — $20 Each
Oversize Baggage (76 - 100 Linear Inches) — $20 Each
- Luggage must be checked 45 minutes prior to scheduled train departure.
- Make sure you have a tag with your name and address on the outside of all your bags.
- If checked baggage is not offered on a train/bus in your itinerary, it may be accepted on another train/bus bound for the same destination (excluding firearms). Advance check-in is recommended.
- En-route transfers between stations will require at least two hours of scheduled layover time to avoid delays.
If you don't need to check a bag, get all the details about the carry-on items you can bring onboard and any fees that may apply. *Linear inches: length + width + height
Informal Dining Options On most medium and long-distance trains, food service is available in the Lounge Car, featuring table and casual seating. Food service is normally available from early morning until late evening, except during a few short periods as announced by the attendant. Hours of operation vary depending on train operation. On these cars, we offer a variety of carry-out style foods, including sandwiches, pizza, snacks, and beverages including liquor, wine and beer. Credit cards (MasterCard, American Express, Visa and Discover) and debit cards featuring a credit card logo are accepted for payment on all trains that offer food service.
Seating for Meals and Socializing Lounge Cars provide roomy tables and comfortable, casual seating for enjoying your meals, writing, playing a hand of cards or a board game, or just sharing time with friends, family and new acquaintances. On Superliner trains, panoramic windows on the upper level of the Lounge afford an expansive view of the passing scenery. Accessibility On some long-distance trains, people using wheelchairs may transfer to and from the Lounge Car at appropriate station stops; ask your onboard service attendant to make the necessary arrangements.
Most long-distance trains include a full-service Dining Car, which serves hot meals prepared onboard by trained chefs for breakfast, lunch and dinner. All meals for First Class passengers, passengers with sleeping accommodations, and all Auto Train passengers (no matter which class you're traveling) are included in the price of their train ticket. Coach Class passengers may dine for an additional charge. Hours of operation of food service cars vary depending on train operation. Credit cards (MasterCard, American Express, Visa and Discover) are accepted for payment in Dining Cars on all trains that offer food service. Reservations in the Dining Car Passengers are asked to make reservations for lunch and dinner. Reservations are taken in 15-minute increments for a more pleasant dining experience, assuring passengers of receiving quality service from Amtrak staff and preventing the Dining Cars from becoming overcrowded during peak meal times. After boarding, a dining car staff member will go through the train asking passengers to select a preferred time for dining. Reservations are taken during each meal's service hours, except for breakfast. Passengers will be seated as they present themselves at the dining car. If the dining car is full, names will be taken, and passengers will be called in order from the lounge. Below are the normal service and reservation hours. Exceptions apply to certain trains.
MealService & Reservation HoursLatest Boarding Time to Receive Dining Service
Breakfast 6:30 am - 10 am (No Reservation) 9:30 am Lunch 11:30 am - 3 pm 2:30 pm Dinner 5 pm - 9:30 pm 8:30 pm
Cross Country Café City of New Orleans and Texas Eagle trains feature a unique onboard dining experience in the Cross Country Café. This bi-level car combines higher technology food and beverage preparation and service with improved ambience and atmosphere. Enjoy friendly service and meals with regional menu items, while you relax in comfortable booth seating and watch ever-changing views go by. Hoosier State Dining The Hoosier State train is equipped with a dome dining car where Business class passengers will enjoy a complementary meal during their trip along with all beverages, including spirits. Coach class passengers will have the opportunity to purchase a full meal, snacks or beverages from the dome car dining area.