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Seabrook (MARC station)

Seabrook
MARC commuter rail station
Station statistics
Address 6221 Seabrook Road
Seabrook, MD, 20706
Coordinates

38°58′23.5″N 76°50′35.5″W / 38.973194°N 76.843194°W / 38.973194; -76.843194Coordinates: 38°58′23.5″N 76°50′35.5″W / 38.973194°N 76.843194°W / 38.973194; -76.843194

Line(s)
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 3
Parking Yes
Other information
Accessible
Owned by Amtrak
Services
Preceding station   MARC   Following station
Penn Line
toward Perryville
    Former services    
Pennsylvania Railroad
Template:PRR stations
toward Template:PRR stations
Template:PRR lines
Template:PRR stations
toward Template:PRR stations

Seabrook is a station on MARC's Penn Line, a commuter rail line conntecting Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, in Seabrook, Maryland. It is located at 6221 Seabrook Road south of Lanham Severn Road (Maryland Route 564) in Seabrook, Maryland, although MARC gives the location as being in Lanham, Maryland. The station is unstaffed and is located at the end of a dead-end street. Parking is available on the southeast corner of the official address, and also on the opposite side of the tracks on the northeast corner of Seabrook Road and Smith Avenue.

External links

  • MARC -- Seabrook Station
  • Station from Google Maps Street View


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