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Connecticut route 1Edit

South-western Connecticut was served by MTA's Metro-North Railroad New Haven Line, once provided commuter service to New York City and New Haven, with branches servicing New Canaan, Danbury, and Waterbury. While New York's ruins are permanently out of bounds and the land south west of Stanford was quarantine until 2015, along with the town it’s self which still full of some times hostile and/or mostly isolationist tribal groups. A steam train service runs between the other cities and the town of Windsor 5 times a day. It reopened with 3 steam locos and 4 carriages use the cannibalization of existing stock and track in 1977. It was up to its present strength of 6 locos and 18 carriages by 1994 and is run by New England's government.

New Canaan BranchEdit

  1. 8.2 mi (13 km) New Canaan
  2. Merritt Parkway
  3. 6.2 mi (10.0 km) Talmadge Hill
  4. 3.9 mi (6.3 km) Springdale
  5. 2.2 mi (3.5 km) Glenbrook
  6. New Haven Line Amtrak SLE
  7. East Stamford (proposed)
  8. 0.0 mi (0 km) Stamford  (quarentened)

Danbury BranchEdit

  1. 23.9 Danbury
  2. 21.2 Bethel
  3. 17.7 Redding
  4. 13.0 Branchville
  5. 9.2 Cannondale
  6. 7.5 Wilton
  7. 5.2 Kent Road
  8. 4.0 Merritt 7
  9. Merritt Parkway
  10. Norwalk River
  11. Interstate 95
  12. New Haven Line
  13. 0 South Norwalk

Waterbury BranchEdit

  1. Waterbury
  2. Interstate 84
  3. Route 8
  4. Naugatuck
  5. Beacon Falls
  6. Naugatuck River
  7. Route 8
  8. Seymour
  9. Ansonia
  10. Naugatuck River
  11. Derby-Shelton
  12. Route 8
  13. Housatonic River
  14. Merritt Parkway
  15. New Haven Line
  16. Devon
  17. Housatonic R. Bridge
  18. Bridgeport
  19. Stamford (quarantined)

New Haven LineEdit

2 refurbished 1950s Budd Rail Diesel Cars, also travel along the New Haven line 3 time daily (except Sundays) since 1978.

  1. 228.7 Boston South Station
  2. 227.6 Back Bay Station
  3. 226.5 Ruggles
  4. 223.7 Forest Hills
  5. 220.6 Hyde Park
  6. 219.2 Readville
  7. 217.3 Westwood
  8. 213.9 Canton / Canton Junction
  9. 210.8 Sharon
  10. 204.0 Mansfield
  11. 196.9 Attleboro
  12. 191.9 South Attleboro
  13. 190.8 state line Massachusetts / Rhode Island
  14. 177.3 Warwick T. F. Green Airport (out of use)
  15. 165.8 Wickford / Wickford Junction
  16. 158.1 West Kingston
  17. 141.3 Westerly
  18. 141.1 state line Rhode Island / Connecticut
  19. 122.9 New London
  20. 105.1 Old Saybrook
  21. 101.2 Westbrook
  22. 96.8 Clinton Clinton
  23. 93.1 Madison Madison
  24. 88.8 Guilford
  25. 81.4 Branford
  26. 72.7 New Haven
  27. 72.3 Union Station
  28. 69.4 West Haven (opened 2007)
  29. 63.3 Milford Milford
  30. 59.0 Stratford
  31. 55.4 Bridgeport
  32. 52.3 Fairfield Metro
  33. 50.6 Fairfield
  34. 48.9 Southport
  35. 47.2 Westport Green's Farms
  36. 44.2 Westport
  37. 42.1 Norwalk East Norwalk
  38. 41.0 South Norwalk
  39. 39.2 Rowayton
  40. 37.7 Darien
  41. 36.2 Noroton Heights
  42. 33.1 Stamford (quarantined)
  43. 31.3 Greenwich (quarantined)
  44. 30.3 Riverside (quarantined)
  45. 29.6 Cos Cob (quarantined)
  46. 28.1 Greenwich (quarantined)
  47. 26.1 state line Connecticut / New York (quarantined)

G.B.T.A.Edit

The Greater Boston Transportation Authority has run 2x 2 carriage diesel multiple-units on the Fitchburg Line, Newburyport-Rockport line and Bruswick-Boston line, since 2008 and 2 other 3 carriage steam have carried 3 carriages from Montreal to Bridgeport twice on week days ever since 1987.

Canada-Bridgeport lineEdit

  1. Montreal Central/ Gare de Centrale
  2. Rue de Marc Cartin marshaling yard
  3. St-Lambert
  4. St-Lambert marshaling yard
  5. Saint Jean sur Richelieu
  6. Saint Jean sur Richelieu railway depot
  7. US-Canada border
  8. St Albans marshaling yard
  9. 0 St. Albans
  10. 24 mi (39 km) Burlington-Essex Junction
  11. 47 mi (76 km) Waterbury-Stowe
  12. 56 mi (90 km) Montpelier-Barre
  13. 86 mi (138 km) Randolph
  14. 118 mi (190 km) White River Junction
  15. 131 mi (211 km) Windsor-Mt. Ascutney
  16. Connecticut River
  17. Vermont/New Hampshire border 
  18. 140 mi (225 km) Claremont
  19. Connecticut River
  20. New Hampshire/Vermont border
  21. 157 mi (253 km) Bellows Falls
  22. 181 mi (291 km) Brattleboro
  23. Vermont/Massachusetts border
  24. 216 mi (348 km) Amherst
  25. Palmer-Springfield Backup
  26. Massachusetts/Connecticut border
  27. 266 mi (428 km) Windsor Locks
  28. 277 mi (446 km) Hartford
  29. 288 mi (463 km) Berlin
  30. 295 mi (475 km) Meriden
  31. 311 mi (501 km) Wallingford
  32. 314 mi (505 km) New Haven
  33. 327 mi (526 km) Bridgeport
  34. 350 mi (563 km) Stamford (quarantined)
  35. Connecticut/New York border (quarantined)
  36. The caved in East River Tunnels (quarantined)

Fitchburg lineEdit

  1. Fitchburg
  2. North Leominster
  3. Shirley
  4. Ayer
  5. Littleton/Route 495
  6. South Acton
  7. West Concord
  8. Concord
  9. Lincoln
  10. Silver Hill
  11. Hastings
  12. Kendal Green
  13. Brandeis/Roberts
  14. Waltham
  15. Waverley
  16. Belmont Center
  17. Porter
  18. Boston Engine Terminal (railroad employees only)
  19. Boston North Station

Bruswick-Boston lineEdit

  1. 145 mi (233 km) Brunswick
  2. 136 mi (219 km) Freeport
  3. 116 mi (187 km) Portland
  4. 104 mi (167 km) Old Orchard Beach
  5. 100 mi (161 km) Saco-Biddeford
  6. 84 mi (135 km) Wells
  7. ME/NH border
  8. 68 mi (109 km) Dover
  9. 62 mi (100 km) Durham-UNH
  10. 51 mi (82 km) Exeter
  11. NH/MA border
  12. 34 mi (55 km) Haverhill
  13. 13 mi (21 km) Woburn
  14. 0 mi (0 km) Boston North Station

Newburyport-Rockport LineEdit

  1. North Station
  2. Fitchburg
  3. Reading Line
  4. Saugus Branch
  5. Chelsea
  6. Saugus Draw
  7. River Works (Power station employees only)
  8. Saugus Branch
  9. Lynn
  10. Swampscott
  11. Original Salem station
  12. Salem Tunnel
  13. Salem
  14. Beverly Draw
  15. Beverly Depot
  16. North Beverly
  17. Hamilton/Wenham
  18. Ipswich
  19. Rowley
  20. Newburyport
  21. Portsmouth
  22. Montserrat
  23. Prides Crossing
  24. Beverly Farms
  25. Manchester Draw
  26. Manchester
  27. West Gloucester
  28. Gloucester Draw
  29. Gloucester
  30. Rockport

Providence-Stoughton LineEdit

1 3 carage steam train ran several times a day (except Sundays) on the Providence-Stoughton Line since 1977 and was joined by a second on in 2008.

  1. 0.0 mi South Station
  2. 2.2 mi Ruggles
  3. 5.0 mi Forest HillsNeedham Line only
  4. Needham Line
  5. 6.1 mi Mount Hope
  6. 8.4 mi Hyde Park
  7. 9.5 mi Readville
  8. 11.4 mi Route 128
  9. 14.8 mi Canton Junction
  10. 15.6 mi Canton Center
  11. 18.9 mi Stoughton
  12. 17.9 mi Sharon
  13. 22.4 mi East Foxboro
  14. 24.7 mi Mansfield
  15. 31.8 mi Attleboro
  16. 36.8 mi South Attleboro
  17. Blackstone River
  18. MA/RI state line
  19. 39.0 mi Pawtucket-Central Falls
  20. 43.6 mi ProvidenceAmtrak connection
  21. 51.9 mi T.F. Green Airport (out of use)
  22. 62.9 mi Wickford Junction

Needham LineEdit

The Needham Line started operating 2 1 carriage steam trains several times on weekdays only since 1984.

  1. Back Bay
  2. Ruggles
  3. Forest Hills
  4. Roslindale Village
  5. Bellevue
  6. Highland
  7. West Roxbury
  8. Hersey
  9. Needham Junction
  10. Needham Center
  11. Needham Heights.

Rockland Branch rail lineEdit

A few privately owned minor industrial steam trains also use the Rockland Branch rail line on occasion since 1987.

  1. Milepost 0: Brunswick junction with Maine Central Lower Road  
  2. Milepost 8.7: Bath with Bath Iron Works shipyard
  3. Milepost 9.5: Woolwich
  4. Milepost 20: Wiscasset interchange with narrow-gauge Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington
  5. Milepost 27.1: Newcastle
  6. Milepost 28.9: Damariscotta Mills
  7. Milepost 31.7: Nobleboro
  8. Milepost 38.5: Waldoboro
  9. Milepost 45.3: Warren
  10. Milepost 52.4: Thomaston's large cement plant
  11. Milepost 56.6: Rockland ferry connections to Penobscot Bay

Green Line "D" BranchEdit

5 2 car Trams have run in Boston since 1987.

  1. College Avenue (in planning)
  2. Ball Square (in planning)
  3. Lowell Street (in planning)
  4. Gilman Square (in planning)
  5. Washington Street (in planning)
  6. Union Square (in planning)
  7. Lechmere
  8. Charles River
  9. Science Park
  10. Orange Line
  11. North Station
  12. Haymarket
  13. Orange Line
  14. Government Center
  15. Park Street
  16. Boylston
  17. Arlington
  18. Copley
  19. Prudential
  20. Symphony
  21. Museum of Fine Arts
  22. Longwood Medical Area
  23. Brigham Circle
  24. Fenwood Road
  25. Mission Park
  26. Riverway
  27. Back of the Hill
  28. Heath Street
  29. VA Medical Center
  30. Evergreen Street
  31. Bynner Street
  32. Perkins Street
  33. Moraine Street
  34. Robinwood Avenue
  35. Lakeville Road
  36. Pond Street
  37. Seaverns Avenue
  38. Monument
  39. Carolina Avenue
  40. Child Street
  41. Saint Rose Street
  42. Arborway

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