The City of Hope Amtrak Station is located at 100 E. Division St. within the Visitor Information Center's building, though it is a separate entrance on the west end. Passenger
service in Hope ceased in the 1960's and has been revived with the first
official Amtrak train stopping in Hope on April 4th, 2013 at the newly
The waiting room is located in what was the freight portion of the old Iron Mountain/Missouri Pacific Depot, now the Hope Visitor Information Center.
The platform is almost 600 feet long, made of concrete, and fully
handicapped accessible. Hope's Amtrak stop has a wheelchair lift to
assist patrons in boarding the train.
Amtrak station features a computer to print e-tickets, free wi-fi,
comfortable seating area, full bathroom, coffee, and television for
those waiting to board the train.
City of Hope's Visitor Center & Clinton Museum located at the intersection of South Main and Division Streets (100 E Division St) in
Downtown Hope. Call 870-722-2580 for any further information. The
building was originally built in 1912 as the Iron Mountain/Missouri
Pacific Freight and Passenger Depot. The City of Hope, with grants from
the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department, renovated/restored
the structure in 1995 to its present condition.