by Noel Weaver
We have to remember that in the period of early diesels (road switchers) a way or a turntable was not considered important at least not on the New Haven nor the New York Central either. I seemt to think the B & A had a wye at NA Junction, occasionally the New Haven sent up a steam engine from Danbury that was too long for the 75 foot turntable at Pittsfield so they had to send the engine up to NA Junction for the B & A to turn it on their wye. As information there was also a wye at Chatham that could be used to turn the FL-9's that came up from NWP on the Harlem. I don't know if there is still a wye at Chatham today or not.