MARC Train Lost & Found
MARC and Amtrak are NOT responsible for lost articles; however, we will make every effort to help you retrieve your lost articles.
Where your lost article ends up depends on:
1. What rail line you are traveling?
It is important to check all MARC Lost & Found locations for your missing item as trains turn throughout the day and an article may not be turned in until the end of the day, at the endpoint location.
2. What direction you are traveling?
For passengers who travel any line southbound, most lost articles end up at the MARC booth or at Amtrak's Lost & Found office in Union Station.
3. What type of item is lost?
All lost MARC articles – EXCEPT tickets – will be turned into the Amtrak Lost & Found office or the endpoint station location at the end of each day. All lost MARC tickets will be turned in at the AMTRAK Lost & Found office, where they will be logged and kept until claimed.
4. What is done with the lost item?
Articles are tagged with a Lost & Found tag, given a description of the item, when it was turned in and any other information that may be available. Articles not claimed after 60 days will be donated to charity.
5. Where the item is found and turned in?
MARC Station Lost & Found Offices:
Baltimore Camden Station
Baltimore Penn Station
Union Station AMTRAK booth
Mon. – Fri., 5 AM – 12:30 PM
Mon. – Fri., 7:30 AM – 6 PM
Mon. – Fri., 4:30 AM – 12 PM
Mon.– Fri., 5–11AM, 1 – 8PM
Sun, - Sat., 9 AM – 5 PM
REMEMBER -- You must put your name and daytime phone number on your ticket in order to aid any chance of having it returned!
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