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  1. Roger says:

    I guess the stations aren’t as pretty without the river that the Hudson Line stations have in the background, but the Northeast corridor has a lot more frequent Amtrak trains to photograph than any of the services that run along the Hudson Line.

  2. Al Brecken says:

    Hello!! ;

    Please visit the SoNo Switch Tower Museum in South Norwalk a few blocks East of the train station. This is an 1885 lever-operated track switching system and one of the very few of it’s type to be preserved completely intact in it’s original form. The Tower is at the junction of the “Main Line” and the Danbury branch.

    Be glad to treat you to lunch!!!

    Cheers, Al B.

  3. mike says:

    wrote that letter about the Mt Pleasant Station refound and also consider Brewster my home station, which seems very cleaner in your pictures than i remember last ive seen it 15 years back, Wish they did not stop amtrack out of Phoenix as traveling with the option of ease has become just a memory. Am glad someone is keeping the history forefront of those systems as they are almost non replaceable, as riding a bus for hours to get on a train is almost intolerable, and hopefully not something they do to the outer edges of Metro North reaches which had brought goods and basic materiels into the city and seemingly be needed to again, not exactly mineral assays at Goldens Bridge, lovely stone houses?????

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