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Ritzville is located 60 miles west of Spokane, 77 miles north of the Tri-Cities and approximately 260 miles east of Seattle.
Ritzville is located at the junction of WA 395 and I-90. Take Exit 221 north from I-90. Or, enjoy the passage of secondary access roads into town, such as Rosenoff Road, through the gently rolling fields of wheat.
Although the rail line that runs through the center of town is still in use, passenger trains no longer stop at Ritzville. The daily Amtrak passenger service the Empire Builder runs between Seattle/Portland and Chicago. Nearby depots are in Ephrata (57 miles northwest) and Spokane (58 miles northeast). Amtrak also has a coach service to Moses Lake (40 miles to the west).
This official web site includes a business directory, virtual historical tour with detailed descriptions of the buildings, recreation and events.
Includes history of the library, online photo archive and regional artwork. The library's historic photo collection spans nearly 50 years and depicts early agricultural techniques in the Big Bend region, life on the farm, and urban scenes.
Amtrak. 1503 S. Smittys Boulevard, Ritzville, WA 99169. (No shelter curbside bus stop).
This web site has information on where to go, what to see and community events for Ritzville and Adams County.
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