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  1. Bethel
    The current station on Durant Avenue was built in 1996 and supersedes the previous station on Depot Place that had been used from 1899 to 1996, which itself replaced a station that was built in 1852 and was burned down in 1898. Learn More
  2. Branchville
    The Branchville Metro-North Railroad station serves residents of the Branchville area of Ridgefield, Connecticut via the Danbury Branch of the New Haven Line. Learn More
  3. Cannondale
    The Danbury and Norwalk Railroad opened this line in late February 1852, with the official opening on March 1. Charles Cannon of Cannondale was the subcontractor who built the route through Wilton. Learn More
  4. Danbury
    The Danbury Metro-North Railroad station serves residents of Danbury, Connecticut and surrounding areas at the north terminus of the Danbury Branch of the New Haven Line. Learn More
  5. Merritt 7
    Merritt 7 is named for a nearby business park based at the intersection of the Merritt Parkway and United States Route 7. Learn More
  6. Redding
    This station is called Redding in the Metro-North timetable, but the station is signed as West Redding, which is the name of the neighborhood within the town of Redding that the station is in. Learn More
  7. Wilton
    The Wilton Metro-North Railroad station serves residents of Wilton, Connecticut, via the Danbury Branch of the New Haven Line. Learn More

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