Surviving Roundhouses and Turntables in Connecticut

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Blue (Roundhouse and Turntable), Green (Roundhouse Only), Yellow (Turntable only), Red (Visual Remains)
TypeStallsYear BuiltRailroadCurrent UseCityStateCountryNotes
Turntable OnlyNew York, New Haven & Hartford Metro North RR yardDanburyCTUSA appears operable
Visual Remains OnlyNew York, New Haven & Hartford Providence and Worcester yard storageNew HavenCTUSAouter foundation visible next to river, this is the southern of two adjacent roundhouses
Visual Remains Only42New Haven Storage yardNew HavenCTUSA
Roundhouse Only1868Norwich & Worcester Three Brothers AppliancesNorwichCTUSA
Visual Remains Only61871Connecticut Valley Railroad Fort Saybrook Monument ParkOld SaybrookCTUSA
Roundhouse Only3New York, New Haven & Hartford BusinessPutmanCTUSABuilt pre-1887
Roundhouse and Turntable62000 Connecticut Eastern Railroad MuseumWillimanticCTUSA Replica of 1892 Columbia Junction roundhouse.

Statistics for Roundhouses in Connecticut

Maps And Lists of Roundhouses

Map Resources

Special thanks to Brian Berthold, Richard Shulby, and Mark Mason who have all worked together to research and locate many of the roundhouse remains shown in this database.

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