Rugby, ND (RUG)
201 West Dewey St.
Rugby, ND 58368
Note: Fiscal year is from
October through September.
Rugby is known as the geographical center of North America. The Great Northern Railway built the one-and-a-half story Tudor-style station in 1907.
In 1987, a multi-year restoration project was begun by the city, Lions Club, Amtrak, local businesses and citizen groups. By 1988, they had begun painting the entire station interior, which had not been painted since the 1960s. They also completely refurbished the terrazzo floor, cleaned the original oak benches, rewired the original brass electric light fixtures and hung large railroad photographs. Many railroad artifacts are also displayed.
Rugby's Great Northern Passenger depot was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
Rugby was once awarded 'Station of the Year' by Amtrak as a testament to the dedication of the citizens of Rugby who are avid proponents of rail travel.
This facility has a waiting room and is staffed by a ticket agent five days a week and opened and closed by a caretaker on the weekend.
The Rugby station is served daily by two trains.
Federal law requires compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by 2010. The following is a list of items typically required for transportation and public facilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please check the regulations for guidance or contact us for more information.
|Train information display system|
|Visual paging system|
|ADA compliant elevator|
|Accessible ticket counter|
|Accessible Customer Service office|
|ADA compliant signage|
|Flashing/audible safety alarm system|