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Originally Posted by KC8QVO View Post
I guess the other side of it is where you will need to get OFF the train. If you are getting off at a "stop" and you have all your gear "checked" you're SOL. There is no "baggage service" at the "stops", only the major terminals.
Depends on the type of bike service offered. Several Amtrak routes offer Carry-on bike service that allows you to walk your bike onto the train and walk it off at any station. No checking required. The Vermonter is a good example. I have taken it twice. The Capitol Limited is another example. (It also offers checked baggage service at certain stops.)

Here is the link to Amtrak's rules, which show which trains offer which types of bike service(s):

https://www.amtrak.com/bring-your-bicycle-onboard
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