Stockton Cabral, California
Train Station - Station Building (with waiting room)
The Stockton-Cabral Station is located on the eastern edge of the downtown. Restored and reopened in 2003, the Mission Revival depot was built in 1900 and originally included living quarters for the station agent and his family. Stockton is home to numerous theater and ballet companies, art venues, the Haggin Museum and over 30 yearly festivals.
Stockton Cabral Station Southbound
Trains 702 and 704 are currently suspended.
Stockton Cabral Station Northbound
Trains 701 and 703 are currently suspended.
- ATM not available
- No elevator
- Quik-Trak kiosks
- Ticket sales office
- Unaccompanied child travel allowed
- Vending machines
- No WiFi
- Arrive at least 45 minutes prior to departure if you're checking baggage or need ticketing/passenger assistance
How long before departure to be at the station if you need ticketing, baggage or passenger assistance services.
- Arrive at least 30 minutes prior to departure if you're not checking baggage or don't need assistance
How long before departure to be at the station if you do not need services such as ticketing, baggage or passenger assistance.