Built by the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad in the early 20th century, the depot follows a design typical of the period. Today, the Tomah area is home to a large Amish population.
North Superior Avenue and Washington Street Tomah, WI 54660
- Annual Station Revenue (2014)
- Annual Station Ridership (2014)
|Facility Ownership||Canadian Pacific Railway - SOO Line Railroad Company|
|Parking Lot Ownership||Canadian Pacific Railway - SOO Line Railroad Company|
|Platform Ownership||Canadian Pacific Railway - SOO Line Railroad Company|
|Track Ownership||Canadian Pacific Railway - SOO Line Railroad Company|
|30 Long Term Parking Spaces||Accessible Platform||Accessible Water Fountain|
|Dedicated Parking||Enclosed Waiting Area||Restrooms|
|Short Term Parking Spaces||Wheelchair Lift|
- Empire Builder
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The Tomah station is a wooden structure built by the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad (Milwaukee Road) in the early 1900s and is very typical of depot design of that period. In 2011, depot-owner Canadian Pacific Railway installed a new roof and also painted the building; the next year, a paved, ADA-compliant parking lot was added for passengers.
There is a large Amish population around Tomah; therefore, it is not uncommon to see a horse and buggy parked outside the depot waiting for the arrival of the Empire Builder.
Amtrak does not provide ticketing or baggage services at Tomah, which is served daily by two trains. A caretaker opens and closes the waiting room.