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Mineola, TX
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(903) 758-0902 (Longview, TX--for arrival/departure update)

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Mineola has restored its Amtrak station to its original appearance as built by the Texas & Pacific railroad. Although station is unstaffed, waiting area is open for all train arrivals and departures.

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Station    9 points of interest   4 hotels   2 car rentals   1 visitor resource


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Short/long term Adjacent to station. Free. Lot is clean and well lit. Unattended; park at own risk.


Airport East Texas Regional - GGG
269 Terminal Circle - 58.0 mi E (Route 3 at Hwy 322, in Longview)
(903) 643-3031
American Eagle connecting service to/from DFW.

Tyler Pounds Regional - TYR
700 Skyway Blvd - 29.0 mi S
(903) 531-2343
American Eagle service to DFW, Colgan to Houston (IAH)

Wood County - JDD
311 County Road 2355 - 6.5 mi N
(903) 768-2100
open 7 days a week

Taxi Omni Services
(Ricky Love-owner)
(903) 521-9021
Will pick up for short or long distance. Call ahead or at a moments notice.

Wheels of Hope-Local Provider
(Michael Daniels-owner)
(903) 763-4289
Will pick-up for short or long distant commute. Call ahead to reserve or at a moments notice!


Mineola Monitor  •  www.themineolamonitor.com
KMOO  •  www.kmoo.com

Rep. Jeb Hensarling
(R-TX, dist. 5)

2228 Rayburn House Office Bldg
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-3484
Sen. John Cornyn

517 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-2934

Sen. Ted Cruz

B40B Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-5922

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Did you know...
In past years, Mineola was a railroad terminal for crews of the Texas & Pacific Railway, and two railroad hotels, Beckham (north) and the Carleton-Bailey (south, abandoned) were populated by train crews laying over between trips. Today Mineola is a burgeoning bed-and-breakfast spot, with a revitalized downtown area that houses a variety of restaurants, antique shops and other businesses. Just south and west of the depot, look for numerous horseshoe throwing pits - a competition from the past which is enjoying a resurgence in popularity. Mineola is also Amtrak's gateway to Canton, site of the region's largest flea market, First Monday Trade Days.