New Rochelle

The New Rochelle station is located in the city the station is named for just north of the Bronx border. The city has a fairly small downtown which the station is in. Basic service is provided by the half-hourly (hourly on Sundays) GCT-Stamford local trains. In addition select Amtrak Regional trains stop. The station is simple with a side platform for City-bound services, but an island for Connecticut-bound trains. The island is created by a 5th track outside the normal 4 New Haven Main Line tracks that branches out, just before the station. This track is used by 2 short rush hour trains that terminate here from GCT. This track does continue at the northern end of the station but ends before the next station Larchmont. Their is a large parking garage at the station which includes the White Plains Transit Center on its lower level and is served by various Bee-Line Bus Routes.

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(newrochelle1) M2 #8415 on a Stamford-bound local train leaves New Rochelle. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005 (newrochelle2) Looking across to the Connecticut-bound platform at New Rochelle. Amtrak passengers are their waiting for a very late Train #86, at this time the train was 75 minutes late. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005 (newrochelle3) M2 #8701 on a Grand Central-bound express train bypasses New Rochelle. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005 (newrochelle4) M2 #8844 on a Connecticut-bound express train bypasses New Rochelle. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005
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(newrochelle5) Looking across to the Manhattan-bound platform at New Rochelle with the station parking garage and the Bee-Line transportation center underneath. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005 (newrochelle6) Looking into the transportation center at New Rochelle. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005 (newrochelle7) M2 #8850 approaches New Rochelle on a GCT-bound express train. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005 (newrochelle8) M2 #8850 bypasses New Rochelle on a GCT-bound express trian. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005
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(newrochelle9) M2 #8846 bypasses New Rochelle on a Connecticut-bound express train. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005 (newrochelle10) M2 #8705 on a Connecticut-bound express train bypasses New Rochelle. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005 (newrochelle11) M2 #8705 on a Connecticut-bound express train has bypassed New Rochelle. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005 (newrochelle12) Amtrak P42 #103 at New Rochelle, this locomotive was doing emergency deuty as the shutter of main line trains across an area of the Hell-Gate Line in the Bronx, where due to a truck fire the cantenary was broken. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005
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(newrochelle13) Amtrak P42 #111 at New Rochelle, this is the other locomotive of the emergency shunter. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005 (newrochelle14) Amtrak P42 #103 at New Rochelle. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005 (newrochelle15) AEM-7 #942 enters New Rochelle on a 2 hour late Regional train #86 bound for Boston. The train is this late because a portion of the cantenary of the Hell Gate Line is broken requiring trains be shunted across by diesel locomotives. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005 (newrochelle16) M6 #9029 on a GCT-bound express train bypasses New Rochelle. Photo by Jeremiah Cox, 5 October, 2005
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