You're probably not, Jeff likely screwed it up :D
If you look at some of the *old* facilities on the Waterbury branch it's not as awful. For example, the Naugatuck station building was designed by McKim, Mead, and White (as well as several other buildings in town like the library and old post office) While not still in use in a railroad capacity, the station is in good condition...too bad they would rather use the glorified bus shelter a couple hundred yards up the tracks instead.
Personally, Bridgeport annoys me the most. After six months of the Devon transfer, it sucked going back! Cramped platforms because people don't know how to disperse, choking on the clouds of smoke from everyone lighting up to speed smoke a cigarette after getting off the main line train to go back to Waterbury, the asinine waiting area on the New Haven side...at least the main waiting room is spacious, etc.
Change at Bridgeport for service to Derby-Shelton, Ansonia, Seymour, Beacon Falls, Naugatuck and Waterbury