Ashland Amtrak station is located in the Ashland Transportation Center, a former Chesapeake and Ohio Railway freight house originally built in the 1890's, located at 99 15th Street in Ashland, Kentucky. It is a few blocks from the original Chesapeake and Ohio Railway station (now a PNC Bank branch). The station is operated in co-operation with Greyhound Lines and the Ashland Bus System. It is in downtown area. It has no Amtrak agent, with no station services. The station serves Amtrak's Cardinal, trains 50 & 51. The tracks are owned by CSX Transportation and were once owned by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. The station was formerly located in nearby Catlettsburg from 1974 until 1998 when the facility was restored.Of the four Kentucky stations served by Amtrak, Ashland was the second-busiest in FY2010, boarding or detraining an average of approximately 8 passengers daily.