Tuscaloosa Amtrak Station
The Tuscaloosa Amtrak Station (TCL) is a passenger train station located 2105 Greensboro Avenue in Tuscaloosa. The station was originally completed in 1912 and operated by the Southern Railway. Southern owned and operated the station from its opening through the end of its regular service on April 5, 1978, when it was taken over by Amtrak. Today, it only serves Amtrak's Crescent line connecting New York City and New Orleans, Louisiana with one stop in each direction daily. It is the only stop between Birmingham and Meridian, Mississippi. It is the second most used Amtrak station in Alabama. 12,533 passengers used the station in 2010, up from 9,635 in 2009 and 10,030 in 2008.
- Fowler, Steve (March 26, 1978) "Rail tradition ending here". p. 1A The Tuscaloosa News
- Nicholson, Gilbert (April 24, 1997) "Amtrak station gets a new look". p. 1B The Tuscaloosa News
- "Amtrak Fact Sheet, FY2010, State of Alabama" (PDF), FY2009, FY2008. Amtrak. November 2010.