The New Haven RR in 1959                 
                                                   ...gone but not forgotten

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New Haven Railroad Modeling and Other Links of Interest

Here are some links I hope you'll find of interest;

Jim Fellows' Modeling the New Haven Railroad and Then Some

Bill Shanaman's New Haven Railroad

Bill Shanaman's New Haven Railroad YouTube Channel

Bill Chapin's New Haven Railroad

Rob Gross' New Haven Railroad

Randy Hammill's New Haven Railroad

Joe Smith's New Haven Signal Station 199

Kathy Millatt's New Haven Railroad "across the Pond"

Take a Ride on John Pryke's former New Haven Railroad in Acton, MA.

Chris Adam's BLI I-5  (sound and motion!!!)

Chris Adam's Valley Local

Bill Schneider's O&W (Hey! it was a Maybrook connection!)

Speed Witch Media

River Point Station

Rapido Trains

Pieter Roos' Train Page     

Edward J. Ozog's New Haven and New England Railroad pages 

         Follow the instructions on Edward's pages to navigate a wealth of information!

New Haven Railroad Historical and Technical Association

New Haven Diesel and Electric Roster 

The Alphabet Route - The Alphabet Route was an agreement between a group of railroads that formed a route to link the Midwest (Chicago, St. Louis, great lake ports) and the Northeast (Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston).  It was named the Alphabet Route because the majority of its members went by their initials, which caused an alphabet soup of routing names. From West to East, these railroads were: NYC&StL, W&LE, P&WV, WM, RDG, CNJ, L&HR, and NYNH&H.  This site contains a wide range of prototype information on the New Haven Railroad, including Passenger and Freight Car Diagrams, several Passenger Train Consist Lists and more.  The modeling information is extensive and covers several scales, but may contain some errors or outdated material. 

Manufacturer links from New Products page:

Alpine Division Models 

Sparrow?s Point

Highball Graphics  web site:

Streamstyle Graphics 

Bollinger Edgerly Scale Trains (B.E.S.T.) 

Wheels of Time Website: 

Bachmann Industries web site:

Hodgdon Scale Models