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Malvern, AR
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, photo by photo by Bill Pollard
200 E 1st St.
Malvern, AR 72104

Amtrak's station is located in the south end of the former Missouri Pacific depot at Malvern. This is an unstaffed station; the waiting area is a lighted, three-sided shelter (no heat, air conditioning or restrooms). A public pay telephone is available outside the shelter.

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Station    3 points of interest   4 hotels   1 car rentals   1 visitor resource


Oct 30 Malvern Leopards v. Nashville (Football)
Claude Mann Stadium

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Short term Amtrak passengers may park adjacent to station, or along First Street.

Long-term On First Street, and in parking lot adjacent to City Hall.


Local Bus South Central Arkansas Transit
Main & Moline
(501) 332-6215

Airport Little Rock National - LIT
1 Airport Rd. - 45.5 mi NE
(501) 372-3439
All major domestic carriers.


Malvern Daily Record  •  www.malvern-online.com

Rep. Tom Cotton
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Did you know...
Originally called Rockport and located on the Ouachita ("WASH-i-tah") River, the town moved lock, stock and barrel to trackside and changed its name to Malvern Station when it became clear that railroads were replacing riverboats. In the 1870s, Malvern was the connecting point for passengers boarding the famous "Diamond Jo" narrow-gauge railway to the resort city of Hot Springs. Careful observers may catch a glimpse of the former steam locomotive "roundhouse" on the north side of the tracks, the last such structure in Arkansas.