There are 30 stations between GCT in NYC & New Haven, CT. But I'm starting another proposal for TSW, the New Haven Line starts from GCT & New Haven; but I want shorter: South Norwalk. The line started in 1849 between New York & New Haven, then NY-NH-Harlem railroad into Grand Central 23 years later. The line has M8 electric fleet & Genesis P32AC-DM diesel locomotive trains with a Shoreliner coaches with 39 million annual passengers [125,000 customers], stations include Grand Central, Harlem-125th St, Fordham, Mount Vernon East, Pelham, New Rochelle, Larchmont, Mamaroneck, Harrison, Rye, Port Chester [which also includes Yankees-East 153rd St on the Hudson Line (Before & after Yankee games), and many stations on the Harlem Line between Melrose & Wakefield in the Bronx] in NYS, Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside, Old Greenwich, Stamford, Noroton Heights, Darien, Rowayton, and South Norwalk in CT. The express from/to New Haven between Stamford, CT & Grand Central, and local between Stamford, CT & Grand Central via Fordham. Future expansions on the N.H.L. to/from Penn Station or Grand Central Terminal via the Hell Gate Bridge with four future Eastern Bronx stations: Co-op City, Morris Park, Parkchester & Hunts Point, which is currently owned by Amtrak without stations via Hell Gate. Also, you have a New Canaan Branch with four stations between that & Stamford, stops include Glenbrook, Springdale & Talmadge Hill. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Haven_Line https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Canaan_Branch https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M8_(railcar) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GE_Genesis https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Haven_Line#Penn_Station_Access New Haven Line map Not my video.