New England Central Railroad (NECR) operates 394 miles of railroad between the Vermont/Quebec border, and tidewater at the Port of New London, CT.
The NECR features seven-days-per-week service to all major interchange points. The railroad interchanges with the CCRR, CN, CPRS, CSXT, MCER, NS, PAS, PW, and VTR.
The NECR provides service of mixed (import and domestic) double stack COFC container clearances from the U.S./Canadian border to the PW at Willimantic, CT, to/from the intermodal terminal in Worcester, MA.
The NECR also provides on-dock transatlantic steamship access at Port of New London.
There is availability for railcar storage and on-line public warehouse and transfer yard facilities for rail/truck, truck/rail and rail/ocean service.
Major commodities featured for movement on the NECR include lumber, panels & plywood, poles, newsprint, printing paper, compressed gas, chemicals, fuel oils, road salt, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, fabricated metals, resins, TOFC/COFC, finished vehicles, feed mill ingredients, machinery and equipment, recyclables, ash, construction debris, foodstuffs and non-metallic minerals.
Customer Safety Handbook
NECR Credit Application