I wrote up a quick post the other day talking about the different Greenwich CT train station options and wanted to add a little color today explaining how people commute into the city from the eastern part of Greenwich CT. The obvious option for people to get into Manhattan from Old Greenwich CT is by using the Old Greenwich Train Station. This is a fantastic station that is right in the middle of town - part of the charm of Old Greenwich. Many others also drive into New York City. This is another benefit of living on the western side of Stamford CT as the drive into New York City is fairly consistently easy. Most of the trouble arises when you have to drive through Stamford, making it much harder when you live in areas like Darien, Rowayton or Westport.
One other option for people who want to commute into Manhattan from Old Greenwich (or North Mianus and Riverside for that matter) is to use the Stamford Train Station. This station is not far from the western part of Greenwich and offers the best train schedule outside of New York. While most town stations have regular express trains into Manhattan, the Stamford Train Station has them late into the night.