How to get to Trinidad Airport by Train

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Trinidad and Tobago has an old railway station. However, no passenger trains are available for transfer services on the island.

The Trinidad Government Railway, which linked Port of Spain and Arima, was the country's primary rail line for many years. It was constructed in 1876. As time went on, it was expanded to include other inland communities.

Between 1876 and 1968, the Trinidad Government Railway served the country. The railway was initially constructed to link Port of Spain with Arima. Still, it was extended to Couva in 1880, San Fernando in 1882, Cunapo (now Sangre Grande) in 1897, Tabaquite in 1898, Siparia in 1913, and Rio Claro in 1914.

Travelers can choose other transfer options such as car rentals, shuttles, taxi cabs, and buses to move around the area.

Note that fares vary depending upon your chosen mode of transportation.