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Rowayton is a new Haven Line local stop that receives base service off peak every hour (with other semi-express trains stopping at other hours skipping the station). The station has two six-car long side platforms for the four track line, that begin just above the bridge over Rowayton Avenue and run east. Staircases leading up from Rowayton Avenue's sidewalk are the only way to change platforms. Each platform has parking along it. The New Haven-bound platform has a simple double-wide bus shelter for waiting passengers. The New York-bound platform contains the station's simple white single story station house. In front of this station house there is a simple canopy structure that covers about 2 train cars.
Photos 1-12: 20 June, 2005

M4 #8927 bound for South Norwalk leaves Rowayton passing a dual wheel Mack Truck Construction Viacle that can run on rails and rubber tires.
M4 #8927 and the rest of its South Norwalk train near Rowayton
A dual wheel Mack Truck Construction Viacle that can run on rails and rubber tires, doing construction at Rowayton
TA New Haven bound train of seven cars (M2s at either end and a set of M4 or M6s in the middle) has bypassed Rowayton
Looking to the platform from the parking lot at Rowayton
Looking up at the bridgeplates on the northbound platform at Rowayton
Looking down the morthbound platform with bridgeplates at Rowayton
Looking up to the northobund platform at Rowayton
Looking up the only staircase from street level to the southbound platform at Rowayton
Looking across to the northbound platform at Rowayton, currently the normal local track is under construction so bridgeplates are in use to the express track
A Grand Central bound express enters Rowayton to stop, the front car is M2 #8531
M2 #8531 enters Rowayton
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