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The Fulton station in January 2017. The trailer that serves as the depot is visible on the left.
|Location||21 Newton Road
Fulton, KY 42041
|Line(s)||Illinois Central (CN)|
|Platforms||1 short side platform|
|Structure type||Building with waiting room|
|Parking||12 long and 5 short term|
|Status||Flag stop; unstaffed|
|Station code||Amtrak code: FTN|
|Passengers (2016)||4,138 10.3%|
Fulton is an Amtrak intercity train station in Fulton, Kentucky, near the Purchase Parkway and Highway 51. The station is a flag stop on the City of New Orleans route, served only when passengers have tickets to and from the station.
This is an unstaffed station; there is no agent and no assistance. The previous station house was torn down by the Illinois Central Gulf Railroad in 1979.
The tracks used were once part of the Illinois Central Railroad system, and are now owned by the CN.
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