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SONO Switch Tower Museum

Our Friends at the Western Connecticut Chapter, National Railway Historical Society

The SONO Switch Tower Museum is located in the fully restored 1896-built Switch Tower in South Norwalk, CT.
Railroads used "towers" to house the mechanism of switching trains from one track to another. These towers were staffed by operators who would actually operate the switch tracks by throwing levers in the tower.
Learn about this unique job and all about railroads at the SONO Switch Tower Museum.

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SONO Switch Tower (Youtube): Feature

Virtual Railfan
Live Feed - SONO

East Camera

Virtual Railfan is the premiere provider for live train cams all over the United States providing live views from some of the most iconic railroading spots on earth.

This live feed is available on YouTube through December, 2023. For more information, please visit the channel directly using the link below.

SONO Switch Tower (Youtube): HTML Embed

Virtual Railfan
Live Feed - SONO

West Camera

Virtual Railfan is the premiere provider for live train cams all over the United States providing live views from some of the most iconic railroading spots on earth.

This live feed is available on YouTube through December, 2023. For more information, please visit the channel directly using the link below.

SONO Switch Tower (Youtube): HTML Embed
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