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Poplar Bluff, MO
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, photo by Bill Pollard
400 S Main Street
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901

The Amtrak station is located in the former Missouri Pacific depot in downtown Poplar Bluff. This is an unstaffed station; the waiting area is unlocked prior to train time. A public pay telephone is available inside the station.

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Station    9 points of interest   5 hotels   5 car rentals   2 visitor resources

UPCOMING EVENTS

May 14, 2015 Poplar Bluff Senior High School Graduation (Academic)
Black River Coliseum
DRIVING DIRECTIONS

 
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PARKING

Short/long term North side of station. Unattended; park at own risk.

LOCAL TRANSIT

Rural Transit Southeast Missouri Transportation Service, Inc.
- 1.0 mi W(573) 785-2928
Fixed-route and advance-reservation service.

Intercity Bus
3257 S Westwood Blvd - 3.3 mi SW (Sullivans Motor Harbor)
(573) 785-2335

Airport Cape Girardeau Regional - CGI
401 Independence - 82.0 mi NE
(573) 334-1212
Great Lakes Airlines service to/from STL, effective May 19

LOCAL NEWS OUTLETS

Daily American Republic  •  www.darnews.com
KFVS (12, CBS, Cape Girardeau)  •  www.kfvs12.com
KPOB (15, ABC)  •  www.wsiltv.com
CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVES


Rep. Jo Ann Emerson
(R-MO, dist. 8)

2230 Rayburn House Office Bldg
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-4404
Sen. Roy Blunt
(R)

260 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-5721

Sen. Claire McCaskill
(D)

506 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-6154

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Did you know...
For years, Poplar Bluff served as a division point for the railroad, a "home away from home" for train crews whose runs originated in either Little Rock or St. Louis. Numerous railroad hotels and boarding houses lined the streets near the Missouri Pacific station, and the railroad was the major employer in the city. Today, diversified industries and tourism have replaced the railroad payroll in importance, and Poplar Bluff serves as the Amtrak stop for nearby cities in southeast Missouri.