Hiawatha Route Atlas
Chicago, Illinois to
Train Numbers 329 (northbound) and 330 (southbound)
other train numbers that travel the same corridor
Once on board..... click "next" (toward Milwaukee) or "previous" (toward Chicago) to take the virtual rail journey at your leisure.
Click on at any time to go to the "Route Overview Page" where you may again jump to any station along the route.
Each "station stop" includes a photo of the station, a street map of the station area and local transportation information. It also includes a "signature photo" and links to other information of interest. Between the station pages there are detailed station to station maps and links to all of the counties that you pass through along the way.
Enjoy the Ride!
Amtrak Route Description
The following has been extracted from Amtrak's "Hiawatha" Route Description.
"Now you can take the Hiawatha Service to Milwaukee's General Mitchell International Airport. There are seven roundtrips a day (six on Sunday) so you can have an easy trip from downtown Milwaukee or the northern suburbs of Chicago to catch a train to your flight.
The Hiawatha runs fourteen trains daily between Chicago and Milwaukee.
In a quick ninety-minute trip, you can be in the center of either city. Onboard, you can spread out your paperwork, open a book, or take a quick nap. Quiet Car available on all Hiawatha trains.
In Chicago, connect to over 500 other destinations across North America."
The rail travel distance between Chicago and Milwaukee via the Hiawatha is 86 miles and the rail travel time is about 1 and 1/2 hours.