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   N Scale Model Railroads. Model Trains Preview Go
N Scale (Gauge) Model Trains, N Scale Railroad information, products and more, Have your own Train and Track layout, Model Train Store, Narrow Gauge Model Railroading.
   The Heritage Valley Railroad with Dept 56 Villages Preview Go
www.HeritageValleyRailroad.com Follow the building of a Department 56 and HO Train Layout plus lots of fun extras. Building a year-round display/layout and coverage of the journey. Follow along - started in January of 2013 - and kept current.
   The Connecticut Railfan About Railroads in Connecticut Preview Go
The name for a famous bar car was "V:XI-GBC" for the departure time which was 5:11. RPO's on the New Haven. New York City freight. Railroad path between Norwalk and Pittsfield. Naugatuck Line to Winsted. The saga of a short line serving Middletown, Ct. Bridgeport General Electric. Coverage of Central New England, Naugatuck, Boston, Hartford and Danbury Line.


   Railroad at Fishkill Landing NY First Phase Preview Go
The first phase of the NYC rebuilding at Fishkill Landing starting in 1913. The Newburgh, Dutchess and Connecticut Railroad became part of the Central New England Railway (CNE). The Central New England Railway was part of the New Haven Railroad. The New York Central ran from New York City to Albany and beyond through the Hudson Valley. The two roads met at Fishkill Landing.
   The Lehigh Valley Railroad ..... it is no more! Preview Go
Running through New York State, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, the Lehigh Valley Railroad served New York City by carfloat. Chartered in 1853, the Lehigh Valley opened from Easton PA to Mouch Chunk (since renamed Jim Thorpe) by 1855. It had begun in 1846 as the Delaware, Lehigh, Schuylkill & Susquehanna Railroad. Nothing was done until 1851 when financing was secured from Asa Packer. The idea had been to break a canal monopoly on anthracite held by the Lehigh Coal & Navigation Company






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