Historic Railroad and Trolley Maps

Map Archive - Connecticut Railroads and Trolleys

Links to Connecticut Historical Railroad and Trolley Maps

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Connecticut Railroads in 1893

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The New Haven and Hartford (NH)

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The New Haven Railroad
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Central New England Railway (CNE)

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New York and New England Railroad (NY&NE)

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New London and Norwich Railroad
(a.k.a. New London and Northern RR)

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Shepaug, Litchfield and Northern Railroad

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Stamford and New Canaan Railroad

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Other Historic Connecticut Railroads


Trolleys were an important part of life in Connecticut from the late 1800s through the mid-20th century. Before family ownership of an automobile was common, the trolley (or interurban) provided an affordable, convenient way to travel around town and between towns.
In the 1920s, just about every metropolitan area in the country could boast interurban service but before the end of 1930s, the interurban was almost dead.

Connecticut Company


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Trolley Towns of Connecticut


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This is a great site and has a
wealth of maps and info

Shore Line Electric Railway


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Further Info (Related Maps)