Stamford-Connecticut Commuter Rail

Stamford Station is a high valume station. Very few trains of any type bypass it. For Example every single Amtrak train that passes through the area stops except for 1 northbound and 3 southbound. Almost all Metro-North New Haven Line trains stop as well, though some peak express trains bypass the station. The station also has 2 Shoreline East trains each peak direction that runs thru service to/from Old Saybrook.

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(stamford1) M2 #8833 terminating at Stamford, the train has stopped under the concrete structure of the main waiting area and ticket area of the station which is located directly over the tracks. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005 (stamford2) Looking down the middle station tracks at Stamford from the Northbound platform, underneath the main station waiting area/overpass Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005 (stamford3) M2 #8833 leaves Stamford to run light to the yard. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005 (stamford4) A platform sign at Stamford. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005
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(stamford5) Looking down a tactile warning strip at Stamford. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005 (stamford6) Looking up a staircase/escalator to the main station mezzanine and ticket hall which is located over the tracks. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005 (stamford7) Looking south from the main station mezzanine. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005 (stamford8) M2 #8400 on track 5 at Stamford has entered the station to become the 12:30 local to New York. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005
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(stamford9) Looking down the middle tracks at Stamford, viewed from track 2. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005 (stamford10) Looking down track 4 at Stamford, the track has two platforms, one's an island which it shares with track 2, the other is a side platform, which is slightly shorter then the island platform, this is for easier access from street level. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005 (stamford11) On street level at Stamford, south of the station. The large parking garage with its two glass overpasses into the station, and the taxi stand on street level. The closer one is the satellite overpass which is much smaller and leads simply to the tracks, compared with the other which has the ticket hall and waiting area, in the distance. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005 (stamford12) A scapure outside at the main entrance to Stamford Station. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005
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(stamford13) M2 #8747 enters Stamford on track 5 to terminate, just running on a local from New York. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005 (stamford14) M2 #8418 at Stamford. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005 (stamford15) A platform sign at Stamford. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005 (stamford16) Looking down the tactile platform edge warning strip at Stamford. . Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 March, 2005
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