Continuing on Rte. 6 east you will pass the entrance to the Thomaston Railway Station on East Main Street. Built in 1881 this historic landmark serves as the headquarters for the Naugatuck Railroad and The Railroad Museum of New England. A scenic 20 mile train ride along the Naugatuck River passing the Thomaston Dam, massive brass mills, and the Mattatuck Forest is offered in restored vintage 1920s coaches. A major restoration of the station to its mid.-1950's appearance is underway.
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