MAP OF
THE NEW HAVEN RAILROAD/
NHRHTA PUBLICATIONS BY LINE

Updated 1 January 2017


This map of the New Haven Railroad, from a 1900 train schedule, depicts the company near the height of its importance and influence.

A larger map of the New Haven Railroad, from a 1929 train schedule, can also be viewed. Links have been set up on the 1929 map to pages identifying NHRHTA publications which have information on each line. The 1929 map is larger (150 kbytes) and may take some time to download. If you would like to directly view the pages for each line, refer to the list below.

Volume 3 Issue 2 1972 through Volume 37 Issue 4 of the Shoreliner have been catalogued on these pages.

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Freight Equipment

Maritime Operations

Modeling Articles

Motive Power

New Haven Railroad Employees

Passenger Equipment

The Rubber Tire (Highway) Fleet

Trolley and Transit Lines

New York City, NY, Area (including Van Nest)

New Haven, CT, Area (including Cedar Hill)

Hartford, CT, Area

Worcester, MA, Area

Providence, RI, Area

Boston, MA, Area (including South Station - South Bay - South Boston - Readville)

The Shore Line (New York City, NY - New Rochelle - Stamford, CT - Bridgeport - New Haven)

The Shore Line (New Haven, CT - Saybrook - New London - Westerly, RI)

The Shore Line (Westerly, RI - Kingston - Providence)

The Shore Line (Boston & Providence: Providence, RI - Pawtucket - Attleboro, MA - Mansfield - Boston)

The Maybrook Line (Campbell Hall, NY - Maybrook - Poughkeepsie - Hopewell Jct. - Danbury, CT)

The Central New England (Poughkeepsie, NY - Rhinecliff - Canaan, CT - Hartford - Agawam Jct.)

The New Canaan Line (Stamford, CT - New Canaan)

The Danbury Line (Wilson Point, CT - Norwalk - Branchville - Danbury)

The Berkshire Line (Danbury, CT - Canaan - Pittsfield, MA)

The Shepaug Valley Line (Hawleyville, CT - Litchfield)

The Highland Line (Danbury, CT - Waterbury - Plainville - Hartford)

The Naugatuck Line (Devon, CT - Waterbury - Winsted)

The Southern Canal Line (New Haven, CT - Plainville - Farmington - Simsbury)

The Northern Canal Line (Simsbury, CT - Westfield, MA - Holyoke - Northampton - Williamsburgh - Turner's Falls)

The Springfield Line (New Haven, CT - Hartford - Springfield)

The Connecticut Central (Armory) Line (Springfield, MA - Melrose, CT - East Hartford - Rockville - Vernon)

The Air Line (New Haven, CT - Middletown - Willimantic - Putnam - Blackstone, MA)

The Valley Line (Saybrook, CT - Middletown - Hartford)

The New York & New England (Hartford, CT - Willimantic - Plainville - Providence, RI)

The Norwich & Worcester Line (Groton, CT - Norwich - Plainfield - Putnam - Webster, MA - Worcester)

The Pascoag Line (Providence, RI - Harrisville - Douglas Jct., MA)

The Providence & Worcester Line (Worcester, MA - Blackstone - Woonsocket, RI - Valley Falls)

The Midland Line (Blackstone, MA - Franklin - Walpole - Norwood - Readville)

The Charles River Line (Woonsocket, RI - Bellingham, MA - Medfield Jct. - Needham Jct. - Newton Upper Falls - West Roxbury)

The Wrentham Line (Adamsdale Jct. - North Attleboro, MA - Wrentham - Cedar - Norwood)

The Old Colony Northern Division (Mansfield, MA - Framingham - Marlboro - Fitchburg - Lowell)

The New Bedford/Fall River/Newport Lines (Attleboro/Mansfield, MA - Taunton - New Bedford - Fall River - Newport, RI)

The Stoughton Line (Canton Jct., MA - Stoughton - Easton - Taunton)

The Old Colony Main Line (Boston, MA - Quincy - Braintree - Plymouth)

The South Shore/Nantasket Lines (Braintree, MA - Nantasket - Greenbush - Kingston)

The Middleboro Line (Braintree, MA - Brockton - Middleboro)

The Cape Cod Lines (Middleboro, MA - Buzzards Bay - Woods Hole - Hyannis - Chatham - Provincetown)


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