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North Brookfield Railroad

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Brookfield Rail

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New, modern rail for the Housatonic Line moving north on special train cars

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First Train in 6 Years: Sangerfield-Sherburne, NY (NYS&W Utica Line)

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Two trains at the Depot in Brookfield, WI with CP SD60 leader! 3/9/19

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O-Train "Trillium Line": Brookfield Passing Siding

The North Brookfield Railroad in central Massachusetts in the United States was a 4.16 mile railroad opened in 1876. It connected North Brookfield to the Boston and Albany main line at East Brookfield. The B&A leased the line from opening until they were in turn leased by the New York Central Railroad in 1900. The NYC merged to form the Penn Central Railroad in 1968. The line was abandoned by Conrail in the 1970s. In the early 2010s, an attempt was made to rebuild the line to service companies in the area.