South Wilton (NH RR station)
South Wilton station in a postcard sent in 1906
|Location||10 Kent Road
Wilton, CT, 06897
|Line(s)||Danbury and Norwalk Railroad (1852-1886)
Danbury Branch (1886-ca.1971)
|Platforms||1 side platform|
South Wilton was a station on the Danbury Branch of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, located at the Norwalk-Wilton line, north of a grade crossing with Kent Road. The station opened as Kent, on the Danbury and Norwalk Railroad, in 1852. When the Housatonic Railroad leased the D&N in 1886, the name was changed to South Wilton - perhaps to distinguish it from the station in the town of Kent. It was also known as Kent Road and Hopkins. The station was demolished at some point prior to 1971. Penn Central opened a station on the south side of the Kent Road crossing in 1976.
- "South Wilton". tylercitystation.info. Retrieved December 25, 2012.
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