Terryville Tunnel

Plymouth, Conneticut

United States of America


United States of America

Plymouth, Conneticut





The Terryville Tunnel, also known as Pequabuck Tunnel, is a railroad tunnel inbetween Plymouth and Pequabuck, Connecticut. It is still-active however it is rumored to be haunted by two ghostly figures.


You will find the tunnel about a half mile south of where Wolcott Road and Woodtick road intersect, the mile long tunnel is wide enough for people to pass through safely if a train comes.


The Pequabuck Tunnel, also known as the Terryville Tunnel, is a railroad tunnel in Plymouth and Pequabuck, Connecticut. It is located on a still-active segment of the Hartford, Providence and Fishkill Railroad used by freight trains running between New Britain and Waterbury. Although locally known as the Mile Long Tunnel, the Pequabuck Tunnel is just 3,580 feet long – 0.68 miles. The tunnel is 32 feet wide and 26 feet tall, with regularly spaced recesses in the walls to allow a person to seek safety while a train passes.

The tunnel is locally rumored to be haunted, with apocryphal reports of two ghostly figures.

Provided By: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pequabuck_Tunnel

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