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The purpose of the Railroad Museum of New England is to establish an interpretive facility where the story of the region's rich railroad heritage can be effectively told. Ride the `Naugy` from the Litchfield Hills to the Brass Mills of Waterbury back to the spectacular Thomaston Dam. Pass by rock outcroppings, rushing water, bridges and historic structures during your 20 mile round trip! May-November, selected weekends and weekdays, call for times and departures!

Location: PO Box 400, Thomaston Connecticut 06787 Telephone Toll Free: 800-283-7245

Other Transportation nearby:
(Agawam) Agawam-Springfield Harbor Seaplane Base
(Staatsburg) Airhaven Airport
(Haddam) American Cruise Lines
(Haddam) Camelot Cruises
(New Milford) Candlelight Farms Airport
(New Milford) Candlelight Heliport

05/06 Coming to The Thomaston area
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