Rockville station is an intermodal train station located in downtown Rockville, Maryland, United States. It is served by the Washington Metro Red Line, MARC Brunswick Line commuter trains, and Amtrak Capitol Limited intercity trains.
Rockville station opened in 1873 when the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad built their Metropolitan Branch. B&O intercity service served the station until 1971; the station continued to be served by commuter trains. Amtrak service began in 1973 with the Blue Ridge, followed by the Shenandoah in 1976 and the Capitol Limited in 1981.
The station building, designed by Ephraim Francis Baldwin, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974 as Rockville Railroad Station.
Coordinates 39°4'58.098" N -77°8'41.08" E