235 Main Street Havre, MT 59501
- Annual Station Revenue (2013)
- Annual Station Ridership (2013)
|Facility Ownership||BNSF Railway|
|Parking Lot Ownership||BNSF Railway|
|Platform Ownership||BNSF Railway|
|Track Ownership||BNSF Railway|
|10 Short Term Parking Spaces||15 Long Term Parking Spaces||Accessible Payphones|
|Accessible Platform||Accessible Restrooms||Accessible Ticket Office|
|Accessible Waiting Room||Accessible Water Fountain||Baggage Storage|
|Bike Boxes||Checked Baggage||Dedicated Parking|
|Enclosed Waiting Area||Help With Luggage||Pay Phones|
|Restrooms||Shipping Boxes||Ski Bags|
|Ticket Office||Wheelchair||Wheelchair Lift|
- Empire Builder
(510) 238-2671 (ph)
Local Community Links:
The Havre station was built in 1907 by the Great Northern Railway and was last redeveloped in 1953. This is an Amtrak refueling stop so passengers often have time to walk around the depot and see the impressive, well-preserved Great Northern steam locomotive that is on display at the station.
A statue of James J. Hill, tycoon and founder of the railway, stands near the station to commemorate the key contributions his railroad has made to Havre's history. Empire Builder was originally Hill's nickname.
The BNSF Railway occupies several offices of this brick building.
This facility has a waiting room and is staffed by an Amtrak employee.
The Havre station is served daily by two trains.