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Route 138 runs east and west through the heart of Kingston Rhode Island. But you can also use route 2 (also known as the ''South County Trail'') and Route 1 which intersects with 138.
 
Route 138 runs east and west through the heart of Kingston Rhode Island. But you can also use route 2 (also known as the ''South County Trail'') and Route 1 which intersects with 138.
  
===By train===
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[[File:Kingston, RI, train station house.jpg|Kingston, RI, train station house]]]]===By train===
 
Amtrak's "Northeast Regional" rail service can take passengers to Kingston from as far north as Boston, MA and as far south as Newport News, VA.  Tickets can be purchased online from [http://www.amtrak.com Amtrak] or at stations that have a "Quik-Trak" ticketing kiosk.  These trains are reserved so tickets cannot be purchased on-board.  Kingston Station also has a small museum that is open to visitors on certain days of the week.
 
Amtrak's "Northeast Regional" rail service can take passengers to Kingston from as far north as Boston, MA and as far south as Newport News, VA.  Tickets can be purchased online from [http://www.amtrak.com Amtrak] or at stations that have a "Quik-Trak" ticketing kiosk.  These trains are reserved so tickets cannot be purchased on-board.  Kingston Station also has a small museum that is open to visitors on certain days of the week.
  

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