| 1 side platform|
17 July 1975
| 1200 North Depot St.
Sandusky, OH 44870|
Lake Shore Limited
1200 N Depot St, Sandusky, OH 44870, USA
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Sandusky station Wikipedia
Sandusky is an Amtrak station in Sandusky, Ohio. Located at 1200 North Depot Street, the station consists of an uncovered platform on the north side of the east-west tracks, a small parking lot, and two buildings. The former REA/baggage building is boarded up, while the main building has a small, remodeled waiting room for Amtrak passengers as well as offices for the Sandusky Transit System and North Central EMS.
The Sandusky station was originally built in 1892 by the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, It was designed by architects Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge and was also a work of A. Feick & Bros., and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. Today is served by the Capitol Limited and Lake Shore Limited routes, both of which pass through Sandusky in the middle of the night. Because the station consists of only one platform, eastbound trains switch to the usual westbound tracks to pass the station.