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New Haven and Northampton Railroad

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    The New Haven and Northampton Company was a railroad built in a canal bed in 1848 and was one of the many lines consolidated into the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad on April 1, 1887.

    The New York and New Haven Railroad leased the first few sections soon after they opened, obtaining the line to Plainville in 1848 and the extension to Granby plus several branches in 1850. In 1869, the leases expired, and the railroad was independent until 1887 when the New Haven leased the whole line.

    The railroad was built along the right-of-way next to the former Farmington Canal and ran from New Haven north to Northampton, Massachusetts and beyond to the Fitchburg Railroad's Troy and Greenfield Railroad.
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    New Haven and Northampton Company Bond Certificate
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    New Haven and Northampton (Railroad) Company
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