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PWM — SFO
Jun 25 — Jul 21
1 adult
Tue 6/25

Portland, Maine Train Station Directory

Location of major train stations in Portland, Maine
PortlandPortland, 43.6541, -70.29126

San Francisco Train Station Directory

Location of major train stations in San Francisco
San Francisco Santa Rosa 917 Edwards AveSan Francisco, 38.45544, -122.72818
San Francisco Ferry BuildingSan Francisco, 37.79545, -122.39365
San Francisco CaltrainSan Francisco, 37.776627, -122.3946

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How far is Portland to San Francisco by train?

The distance between Portland and San Francisco is about 2713.8 mi in a straight line. The train route will be significantly longer to account for any stops and obstacles.


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