Joseph R. Biden Jr. Railroad Station, normally called Wilmington
Station, is a passenger rail station in Wilmington, Delaware
, formerly known as Pennsylvania Station. The station is located on Front Street between French and Walnut Streets in downtown Wilmington. It has one inside level which has stores, a cafe, Amtrak and SEPTA ticket offices, a car rental office, and a post office; passengers board their trains on the second story train platforms.
It is served by Amtrak trains along the Northeast Corridor going south to Baltimore and Washington, D.C., and going north to Philadelphia and New York, the Silver Star and the Silver Meteor to Florida, and the Cardinal to Chicago.Wilmington Station changed its name to Joseph R. Biden, Jr. Railroad Station at a public ceremony on 19 March 2011, in honor of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, who took over 7,000 round trips from the station during his U.S. Senate career.Wilmington Station has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1976.