Trains of Southern Connecticut DVD5 of 5 (1)
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Until the late sixties, the New Haven Railroad was the dominant force in Southern Connecticut. Then, Penn Central, Amtrak and Conrail took charge. Later, Connecticut DOT added commuter service east of New Haven. PC and Conrail operated freight on the Air Line to Middletown and the Reed's Gap quarry. That operation was taken over by the Providence and Worcester in the mid '90's. This program covers Amtrak and CDOT trains on the shoreline from Mill River interlocking in New Haven to New London and Stonington. Also covered is the freight operation on the Airline under Conrail and P&W. One hour, maps and narration.
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Trains of Southern Connecticut DVD
Rob (san francisco, ca) on 2011-05-16 19:50:51.
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This is a good railroad video. The camera needed a tri-pod