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This article contains a list of station stops made by both Freedom Trains. The stops are sorted by train, year and month.


The 1947-1949 Freedom Train[edit]

1947[edit]

September 1947[edit]

  • September 17–19 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • September 20 - Atlantic City, New Jersey
  • September 21 - Trenton, New Jersey
  • September 22 - Elizabeth, New Jersey
  • September 23 - Paterson, New Jersey
  • September 24–26 - New York, New York
  • September 27 - Brooklyn, New York
  • September 28 - Jamaica, New York (Long Island)
  • September 30 - Van Nest, New York (Bronx)

October 1947[edit]

  • October 1 - Stamford, Connecticut
  • October 2 - Bridgeport, Connecticut
  • October 3 - Waterbury, Connecticut
  • October 4 - Hartford, Connecticut
  • October 5 - New Haven, Connecticut
  • October 7 - New London, Connecticut
  • October 8 - Providence, Rhode Island
  • October 9 - Worcester, Massachusetts
  • October 10 - Lynn, Massachusetts
  • October 11 - Boston, Massachusetts (North Station)
  • October 12 - Boston, Massachusetts (South Station)
  • October 13 - Rutland, Vermont
  • October 15 - Burlington, Vermont
  • October 16 - Montpelier, Vermont
  • October 18 - Nashua, New Hampshire
  • October 19 - Lowell, Massachusetts
  • October 20 - Lawrence, Massachusetts
  • October 22 - Haverhill, Massachusetts
  • October 23 - Dover, New Hampshire
  • October 24 - Augusta, Maine
  • October 25 - Bangor, Maine
  • October 26 - Lewiston, Maine
  • October 27 - Manchester, New Hampshire
  • October 28 - Fitchburg, Massachusetts
  • October 30 - Springfield, Massachusetts
  • October 31 - Pittsfield, Massachusetts

November 1947[edit]

  • November 1 - Schenectady, New York
  • November 2 - Utica, New York
  • November 4 - Rome, New York
  • November 5 - Syracuse, New York
  • November 6 - Rochester, New York
  • November 7 - Buffalo, New York
  • November 8 - Elmira, New York
  • November 9 - Binghamton, New York
  • November 11 - Albany, New York
  • November 12 - Scranton, Pennsylvania
  • November 13 - Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania
  • November 14 - Williamsport, Pennsylvania
  • November 15 - Altoona, Pennsylvania
  • November 16 - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
  • November 18 - Reading, Pennsylvania
  • November 19 - Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • November 20 - Chester, Pennsylvania
  • November 21 - Wilmington, Delaware
  • November 22 - Salisbury, Maryland
  • November 23 - Dover, Delaware
  • November 25–26 - Baltimore, Maryland
  • November 27-28 - Washington, DC
  • November 29 - Charlottesville, Virginia
  • November 30 - Lynchburg, Virginia

December 1947[edit]

  • December 2 - Roanoke, Virginia
  • December 3 - Winston-Salem, North Carolina
  • December 4 - Charlotte, North Carolina
  • December 5 - Greensboro, North Carolina
  • December 6 - Raleigh, North Carolina
  • December 7 - Norfolk, Virginia
  • December 9 - Richmond, Virginia
  • December 10 - Wilmington, North Carolina
  • December 11 - Columbia, South Carolina
  • December 12 - Spartanburg, South Carolina
  • December 13 - Greenville, South Carolina
  • December 14 - Augusta, Georgia
  • December 16 - Charleston, South Carolina
  • December 17 - Savannah, Georgia
  • December 18 - Brunswick, Georgia
  • December 19 - Jacksonville, Florida
  • December 20 - Miami, Florida
  • December 21 - Tampa, Florida
  • December 22 - Tallahassee, Florida
  • December 23 - Pensacola, Florida
  • December 26 - Mobile, Alabama
  • December 27 - Montgomery, Alabama
  • December 28 - Tuscaloosa, Alabama
  • December 29 - Columbus, Georgia
  • December 31 - Macon, Georgia

1948[edit]

January 1948[edit]

  • January 1–2 - Atlanta, Georgia
  • January 3 - Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • January 4 - Nashville, Tennessee
  • January 6 - Jackson, Tennessee
  • January 7-8 - New Orleans, Louisiana
  • January 9 - Hattiesburg, Mississippi
  • January 10 - Meridian, Mississippi
  • January 11 - Jackson, Mississippi
  • January 13 - Vicksburg, Mississippi
  • January 14 - Monroe, Louisiana
  • January 15 - Alexandria, Louisiana
  • January 16 - Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • January 17 - Shreveport, Louisiana
  • January 18 - Texarkana, Arkansas/Texarkana, Texas
  • January 19 - Little Rock, Arkansas
  • January 21 - Pine Bluff, Arkansas
  • January 22 - Fort Smith, Arkansas
  • January 23 - Muskogee, Oklahoma
  • January 24 - Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • January 25 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • January 27 - Enid, Oklahoma
  • January 28 - Ada, Oklahoma
  • January 29 - Denison, Texas
  • January 30-31 - Dallas, Texas

February 1948[edit]

  • February 1 - Fort Worth, Texas
  • February 2 - Waco, Texas
  • February 3 - Tyler, Texas
  • February 4 - Beaumont, Texas
  • February 5–6 - Houston, Texas
  • February 7 - Galveston, Texas
  • February 8 - Harlingen, Texas
  • February 10 - Corpus Christi, Texas
  • February 11 - Austin, Texas
  • February 12 - San Antonio, Texas
  • February 13 - Del Rio, Texas
  • February 14 - El Paso, Texas
  • February 15 - Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • February 16 - Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • February 18 - Douglas, Arizona
  • February 19 - Tucson, Arizona
  • February 20 - Phoenix, Arizona
  • February 21 - Yuma, Arizona
  • February 22 - San Diego, California
  • February 23–26 - Los Angeles, California
  • February 27 - Pasadena, California
  • February 28 - Long Beach, California
  • February 29 - San Bernardino, California

March 1948[edit]

  • March 1–8 - the train receives a complete overhaul, including a new coat of paint, at the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway shops in San Bernardino.
  • March 9 - Riverside, California
  • March 10 - Bakersfield, California
  • March 11 - Fresno, California
  • March 12 - Modesto, California
  • March 13 - Stockton, California
  • March 14–16 - San Francisco, California
  • March 17 - Palo Alto, California
  • March 18 - San Jose, California
  • March 19 - Oakland, California
  • March 20 - Sacramento, California
  • March 21 - Reno, Nevada
  • March 23 - Elko, Nevada
  • March 24 - Salt Lake City, Utah
  • March 25 - Provo, Utah
  • March 26 - Ogden, Utah
  • March 27 - Pocatello, Idaho
  • March 29 - Boise, Idaho
  • March 30 - Walla Walla, Washington
  • March 31 - Yakima, Washington

April 1948[edit]

  • April 1–2 - Portland, Oregon
  • April 3 - Eugene, Oregon
  • April 4 - Corvallis, Oregon
  • April 6 - Salem, Oregon
  • April 7 - Olympia, Washington
  • April 8 - Tacoma, Washington
  • April 9–10 - Seattle, Washington
  • April 12 - Wenatchee, Washington
  • April 13 - Spokane, Washington
  • April 14 - Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
  • April 15 - Missoula, Montana
  • April 16 - Butte, Montana
  • April 17 - Helena, Montana
  • April 18 - Great Falls, Montana
  • April 20 - Billings, Montana
  • April 21 - Sheridan, Wyoming
  • April 22 - Rapid City, South Dakota
  • April 23 - Pierre, South Dakota
  • April 24 - Aberdeen, South Dakota
  • April 26 - Bismarck, North Dakota
  • April 27 - Minot, North Dakota
  • April 28 - Jamestown, North Dakota
  • April 29 - Fargo, North Dakota
  • April 30 - Grand Forks, North Dakota

May 1948[edit]

  • May 1 - Duluth, Minnesota
  • May 2 - Superior, Wisconsin
  • May 3–4 - St. Paul, Minnesota
  • May 5–6 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • May 7 - Brainerd, Minnesota
  • May 8 - St. Cloud, Minnesota
  • May 10 - Willmar, Minnesota
  • May 11 - Watertown, South Dakota
  • May 12 - Sioux Falls, South Dakota
  • May 13 - Sioux City, Iowa
  • May 14–15 - Omaha, Nebraska
  • May 16 - Lincoln, Nebraska
  • May 17 - Grand Island, Nebraska
  • May 19 - Alliance, Nebraska
  • May 20 - Casper, Wyoming
  • May 21 - Cheyenne, Wyoming
  • May 22–23 - Denver, Colorado
  • May 24 - Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • May 25 - Pueblo, Colorado
  • May 26 - Trinidad, Colorado
  • May 27 - Amarillo, Texas
  • May 29 - Hutchinson, Kansas
  • May 30 - Wichita, Kansas
  • May 31 - Emporia, Kansas

June 1948[edit]

  • June 1 - Topeka, Kansas
  • June 2 - Lawrence, Kansas
  • June 3 - Parsons, Kansas
  • June 4 - Joplin, Missouri
  • June 5 - Springfield, Missouri
  • June 6–7 - Kansas City, Missouri
  • June 9 - Saint Joseph, Missouri
  • June 10 - Sedalia, Missouri
  • June 11 - Jefferson City, Missouri
  • June 12–14 - St. Louis, Missouri
  • June 15 - Hannibal, Missouri
  • June 16 - Quincy, Illinois
  • June 17 - Burlington, Iowa
  • June 18 - Iowa City, Iowa
  • June 19 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  • June 20 - Des Moines, Iowa
  • June 21 - Davenport, Iowa
  • June 23 - Rockford, Illinois
  • June 24 - Madison, Wisconsin
  • June 25 - LaCrosse, Wisconsin
  • June 26 - Eau Claire, Wisconsin
  • June 27 - Wausau, Wisconsin
  • June 29 - Green Bay, Wisconsin
  • June 30 - Oshkosh, Wisconsin

July 1948[edit]

  • July 1–2 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • July 3 - Racine, Wisconsin
  • July 4 - Kenosha, Wisconsin
  • July 5–9 - Chicago, Illinois
  • July 10 - Gary, Indiana
  • July 11 - Joliet, Illinois
  • July 13 - Peoria, Illinois
  • July 14 - Bloomington, Illinois
  • July 15 - Kankakee, Illinois
  • July 16 - Champaign, Illinois
  • July 17 - Decatur, Illinois
  • July 18 - Springfield, Illinois
  • July 20 - Bellville, Illinois
  • July 21 - Cairo, Illinois
  • July 22 - Paducah, Kentucky
  • July 23 - Evansville, Indiana
  • July 24 - Vincennes, Indiana
  • July 25 - Terre Haute, Indiana
  • July 27 - Danville, Illinois
  • July 28 - Logansport, Indiana
  • July 29–30 - Indianapolis, Indiana
  • July 31–August 1 - Louisville, Kentucky

August 1948[edit]

  • July 31–August 1 - Louisville, Kentucky
  • August 2 - Bowling Green, Kentucky
  • August 3 - Frankfort, Kentucky
  • August 4 - Lexington, Kentucky
  • August 5 - Ashland, Kentucky
  • August 6 - Portsmouth, Ohio
  • August 7–8 - Cincinnati, Ohio
  • August 10 - Muncie, Indiana
  • August 11 - Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • August 12 - South Bend, Indiana
  • August 13 - Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • August 14 - Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • August 15 - Muskegon, Michigan
  • August 17 - Lansing, Michigan
  • August 18 - Battle Creek, Michigan
  • August 19 - Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • August 20–22 - Detroit, Michigan
  • August 24 - Jackson, Michigan
  • August 25 - Flint, Michigan
  • August 26 - Saginaw, Michigan
  • August 27 - Port Huron, Michigan
  • August 28 - Pontiac, Michigan
  • August 29 - Dearborn, Michigan
  • August 30 - Monroe, Michigan
  • August 31 - Toledo, Ohio

September 1948[edit]

  • September 1 - Sandusky, Ohio
  • September 2–3 - Cleveland, Ohio
  • September 4 - Akron, Ohio
  • September 5-6 - Columbus, Ohio
  • September 7 - Dayton, Ohio
  • September 8 - Springfield, Ohio
  • September 9 - Lima, Ohio
  • September 10 - Canton, Ohio
  • September 11 - Youngstown, Ohio
  • September 12 - Steubenville, Ohio
  • September 14 - Wheeling, West Virginia
  • September 15–17 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • September 18 - Erie, Pennsylvania
  • September 19 - Oil City, Pennsylvania
  • September 21 - Johnstown, Pennsylvania
  • September 22 - Cumberland, Maryland
  • September 23 - Parkersburg, West Virginia
  • September 24 - Clarksburg, West Virginia
  • September 25 - Charleston, West Virginia
  • September 26 - Huntington, West Virginia
  • September 28 - Bluefield, West Virginia
  • September 29 - Bristol, Tennessee
  • September 30 - Johnson City, Tennessee

October 1948[edit]

  • October 1 - Kingsport, Tennessee
  • October 2 - Knoxville, Tennessee
  • October 3 - Oak Ridge, Tennessee
  • October 5 - Asheville, North Carolina
  • October 6 - Danville, Virginia
  • October 7 - Winchester, Virginia
  • October 8 - Hagerstown, Maryland
  • October 9 - York, Pennsylvania
  • October 10 - Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • October 11 - Easton, Pennsylvania
  • October 12 - Morristown, Pennsylvania
  • October 13–14 - Jersey City, New Jersey
  • October 15 - Princeton, New Jersey
  • October 16–17 - Camden, New Jersey
  • October 19 - Red Bank, New Jersey
  • October 20 - Orange, New Jersey
  • October 21 - Montclair, New Jersey
  • October 22 - Passaic, New Jersey
  • October 23 - Ridgewood, New Jersey
  • October 24 - Hackensack, New Jersey
  • October 25 - New Brunswick, New Jersey
  • October 26 - Havre De Grace, Maryland

1949[edit]

January 1949[edit]

  • January 22 - Washington, DC

The 1975-1976 American Freedom Train[edit]

1975[edit]

April 1975[edit]

  • April 1 - Wilmington, Delaware
  • April 6 - Albany, New York
  • April 11 - Burlington, Vermont
  • April 14 - Manchester, New Hampshire
  • April 17 - Portland, Maine
  • April 20 - Boston, Massachusetts
  • April 29 - Lowell, Massachusetts

May 1975[edit]

  • May 3 - Worcester, Massachusetts
  • May 7 - Rochester, New York
  • May 14 - Cleveland, Ohio
  • May 22 - Columbus, Ohio

June 1975[edit]

  • June 4 - Cincinnati, Ohio
  • June 14 - Archbold, Ohio
  • June 17 - Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • June 21 - Detroit, Michigan

July 1975[edit]

  • July 5 - Detroit, Michigan
  • July 8 - Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • July 11 - Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • July 14 - South Bend, Indiana
  • July 18 - Peoria, Illinois
  • July 23 - Springfield, Illinois
  • July 28 - Chicago, Illinois

August 1975[edit]

  • August 5 - Crystal Lake, Illinois
  • August 8 - Rockford, Illinois
  • August 12 - Aurora, Illinois
  • August 15 - Green Bay, Wisconsin
  • August 20 - Madison, Wisconsin
  • August 26 - Minneapolis, Minnesota

September 1975[edit]

  • September 1 - Fargo, North Dakota
  • September 7 - Sioux Falls, South Dakota
  • September 12 - Sioux City, Iowa
  • September 16 - Des Moines, Iowa
  • September 23 - Omaha, Nebraska

October 1975[edit]

  • October 2 - Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • October 7 - Cheyenne, Wyoming
  • October 10 - Billings, Montana
  • October 15 - Salt Lake City, Utah
  • October 19 - Ogden, Utah
  • October 22 - Boise, Idaho
  • October 26 - Spokane, Washington
  • October 31 - Seattle, Washington

November 1975[edit]

  • November 5 - Tacoma, Washington
  • November 11 - Portland, Oregon
  • November 15 - Salem, Oregon
  • November 19 - Springfield, Oregon
  • November 24 - Reno, Nevada/Sparks, Nevada
  • November 28 - Sacramento, California

December 1975[edit]

  • December 1 - Stockton, California
  • December 5 - Oakland, California
  • December 10 - San Francisco, California
  • December 14 - San Jose, California
  • December 19 - Fresno, California
  • December 23 - Pomona, California

1976[edit]

January 1976[edit]

  • January 2 - Santa Barbara, California
  • January 5 - Long Beach, California
  • January 9 - Anaheim, California
  • January 14 - San Diego, California
  • January 19 - San Juan Capistrano, California
  • January 22 - Yuma, Arizona
  • January 24 - Tempe, Arizona
  • January 29 - Tucson, Arizona

Ferbuary 1976[edit]

  • February 3 - Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • February 7 - Odessa, Texas/Midland, Texas
  • February 11 - San Antonio, Texas
  • February 15 - Austin, Texas
  • February 19 - Houston, Texas
  • February 26 - Fort Worth, Texas
  • February 29 - Dallas, Texas

March 1976[edit]

  • March 6 - Wichita Falls, Texas
  • March 10 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • March 15 - Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • March 19 - Wichita, Kansas
  • March 24 - Topeka, Kansas
  • March 27 - Kansas City, Kansas
  • March 31 - Jefferson City, Missouri

April 1976[edit]

  • April 4 - St. Louis, Missouri
  • April 13 - North Little Rock, Arkansas
  • April 17 - Memphis, Tennessee
  • April 24 - Jackson, Mississippi
  • April 28 - Baton Rouge, Louisiana

May 1976[edit]

  • May 3 - New Orleans, Louisiana
  • May 11 - Mobile, Alabama
  • May 15 - Columbus, Georgia
  • May 19 - Atlanta, Georgia
  • May 27 - Birmingham, Alabama
  • May 31 - Huntsville, Alabama

June 1976[edit]

  • June 4 - Knoxville, Tennessee
  • June 7 - Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • June 12 - Lexington, Kentucky
  • June 15 - Evansville, Indiana
  • June 19 - Dayton, Ohio
  • June 23 - Huntington, West Virginia
  • June 25 - South Charleston, West Virginia
  • June 29 - Cumberland, Maryland

July 1976[edit]

  • July 2 - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
  • July 7 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • July 11 - Brackenridge, Pennsylvania
  • July 13 - Lock Haven, Pennsylvania
  • July 14 - Williamsport, Pennsylvania
  • July 17 - Binghamton, New York
  • July 19 - Scranton, Pennsylvania
  • July 23 - Morristown, New Jersey
  • July 27 - New York, New York

August 1976[edit]

  • August 3 - Milford, Connecticut
  • August 6 - Providence, Rhode Island
  • August 10 - New London, Connecticut
  • August 13 - Meriden, Connecticut
  • August 17 - Tarrytown, New York
  • August 21 - Newark, New Jersey
  • August 24 - New Brunswick, New Jersey
  • August 27 - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
  • August 30 - Trenton, New Jersey

September 1976[edit]

  • September 2 - Asbury Park, New Jersey
  • September 8 - Atlantic City, New Jersey
  • September 12 - King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
  • September 17 - Baltimore, Maryland
  • September 21 - Hagerstown, Maryland
  • September 25 - Washington, DC
  • September 30 - Newport News, Virginia

October 1976[edit]

  • October 5 - Norfolk, Virginia
  • October 8 - Richmond, Virginia
  • October 15 - Fredericksburg, Virginia
  • October 18 - Danville, Virginia
  • October 20 - Greensboro, North Carolina
  • October 25 - Charlotte, North Carolina
  • October 29 - Raleigh, North Carolina

November 1976[edit]

  • November 3 - Greenville, South Carolina
  • November 6 - Columbia, South Carolina
  • November 9 - Florence, South Carolina
  • November 12 - Charleston, South Carolina
  • November 16 - Savannah, Georgia
  • November 20 - Jacksonville, Florida
  • November 26 - Tallahassee, Florida
  • November 30 - Gainesville, Florida

December 1976[edit]

  • December 3 - Orlando, Florida
  • December 7 - Sarasota, Florida
  • December 10 - St. Petersburg, Florida
  • December 16 - Lakeland, Florida
  • December 21 - West Palm Beach, Florida
  • December 26 - Miami, Florida