I haven't been to Stamford station for quite a while, but I commuted there every day for 2 and a half years between 2003-2005. The signs as shown in that photo are no longer there, but there IS a TV monitor at track 5 roughly halfway down the platform (the side platform only, near the elevator and escalators) which lists the next 10 trains, their time, and their track. Similar monitors are also located near the ticket office, at the eastern overpass which goes to the parking lot (btw, it's really a shame that this overpass wasn't built with access to track 5's side platform, and thus access to the street...this really could have saved me a couple times), and in the underground tunnel, across from the MTA Police station. I don't understand why every other platform does not have these monitors, or even a display saying which train is next on this track. LIRR, by comparison, has a sign like this at EVERY platform in the system, even places like East Hampton which only have one track and platform to choose from. With four tracks to choose from, it can be quite confusing to know where to go, particularly New Canaan trains which are regularly on tracks 5, 2 or 4 depending on the time of day. Back when I started commuting, I did the same thing and accidentially boarded a New Canaan train and had to wait 45 minutes at Glenbrook for the turn around.