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Amtrak - Enfield (Thompsonville), CT




Note: Amtrak trains have not stopped at Enfield (Thompsonville), CT since October 1986.

Station Data:


Commercial Street
Enfield, CT 06082



42.00 N, 72.60 W


23m / 75ft


44,654 (Census 2010)




Depot was demolished in 1983


Amtrak Trains (April 1986):

Train Name

Connecticut Yankee, Mail Express, Yankee Clipper, Fast Mail, Shoreliner Service, Potomac, Merchants Limited, Mount Vernon, Patriot

Note: Amtrak trains no longer stop at Enfield (Thompsonville), CT

Visited on August 27, 2016

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Former Amtrak Enfield Station Entrance

Former Amtrak Enfield Station

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Station Building was demolished in 1983

Former Platform still exists

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Looking North (Springfield)

Looking South (New Haven)

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Main Street near Station (Looking West)

Main Street near Station (Looking East)

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River Street near Station (Looking North)

River Street near Station (Looking South)

Amtrak Enfield, CT (Thompsonville) station was located between Springfield, MA and Windsor Locks, CT (8 miles south of Springfield).  The brick station building was demolished in 1983.  Amtrak served the station until October 1986.

Connecticut DOT plans to open Enfield Station for Regional Rail (New Haven-Springfield Line).

The last Amtrak timetable showing Enfield Station (issued on April 27, 1986)

(Source: 1986 National Railroad Passenger Corporation)

Amtrak RDC Train at Enfield, CT (Thompsonville) Station (January 1980)

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