Plattsburgh is a train station in Plattsburgh, New York served by Amtrak, the national railroad passenger system. Two trains, one in each direction, serve Plattsburgh daily, taking passengers north towards Montreal and south towards New York City on the Adirondack line.
Plattsburgh Station was opened in 1886, previously used as a Delaware and Hudson Railway Depot, and was designed with French Provincial influence more accustomed to the castles of Quebec. Undoubtedly one of the most elaborate stations along the Adirondack line, it has been listed under the National Register of Historic Places since November 12, 1982. Currently Amtrak only uses a small office downstairs at track level while the above space holds law offices and financial investment offices.