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Connecticut Route 114

Route 114 is a state highway in Western Connecticut suburb of new haven, running from orange to Woodbridge. Other than to its junction with highway 63, it is signed North / South.

Henry F. Miller House

Henry F. Miller house is an international style House in 30 Derby Avenue in orange, Connecticut in the United States national register of historic places. The house was designed and built in 1948-1949 by Henry F. Miller as a thesis project for th ...

Waterbury–Oxford Airport

Airport Waterbury–Oxford, also known as Oxford airport, a civilian airport located three miles North of the Central business district of the city of Oxford, a city in new haven, Connecticut, USA. Until 1969, the airport was originally owned by Mi ...

First Congregational Church of Plainfield

First Congregational Church of Plainfield is located in the historic Congregational Church at 519 Norwich road in Plainfield, Connecticut. It was built in 1816, at the meeting, founded in 1705, the plans noted early architect declared to Ithiel t ...

Moosup, Connecticut

Moosup is a village and census designated place in Plainfield, Connecticut in the United States. The population was 3.231 according to the census of 2010.

Plainfield Village, Connecticut

Plainfield is a village and census designated place in Plainfield, Connecticut in the United States. The population was 2.557 at the 2010 census. It is located in the South-Western part of the city, in the area West of interstate 395 and South of ...

Robertson Field (Connecticut)

Field Robertson also known as Robertson airport, is a public use airport in the County of Hartford, Connecticut, USA. It is the property of the town of Plainville and is located two nautical miles North from its Central business district. It is i ...

Terryville, Connecticut

Terryville is a census-designated place in the County of Litchfield, Connecticut, United States of America, and is the biggest village in Plymouth. In the 2010 census, Terryville had a population of 5.387 from 12.243 in Plymouth. The village is n ...

Whitestone Cliffs Trail

In the Whitestone cliffs trail is 1.7 miles of blue-blazed Hiking trail in the area of Waterbury to thomaston and Plymouth, Litchfield County, Connecticut. It is contained almost entirely in the fields for state forestry. Trunk trail the loop tra ...

Abington Congregational Church

The Abington Congregational Church is a historic Church on Connecticut route 97 in the village of Abington Pomfret, Connecticut. Built in 1751 and rebuilt in the 1830-ies, it is the oldest Church building in Connecticut, which has been used conti ...

Bara-Hack, Connecticut

Bara-hack was resolved in 1778, Jonathan Randall, Esquire. Obediah and Higinbotham, two colonists of English origin. They and their families left Randall HOMESTEAD and farm, located on the coast of Cranston, Rhode island, after the British advanc ...

Gwyn Careg

Gwyn Careg is an historic manor on 68 Wolf Den road in the Abington section of Pomfret, Connecticut. Currently operates as a bed and Breakfast. The main house on the property is a two-story brick building, built by S. 1760, altered in the late 19 ...

Loos & Co.

Loos & Co. Ink. is a private manufacturing company located in Pomfret, Connecticut. Their focus is in aircraft cable, wire rope, plastic coated steel cable assemblies and stainless steel wire products

Hallville Mill Historic District

Hallville mill historic district is a historic district in the town of Preston, Connecticut that was listed on the National register of historic places in 1996. Properties troops in the district are 23 buildings, two other contributing structures ...

Poquetanuck, Connecticut

Poquetanuck is a village in Preston, Connecticut, located on the shore of the Bay, known as Poquetanuck Cove which opens on the river Thames. The village is included in the national register of historic places listed Poquetanuck village historic ...

Cargill Falls Mill

The Cargill falls mill, also known historically as the Wilkinson mill is a historic textile mill complex on the 52-58 Pomfret street in Putnam, Connecticut. Founded in 1806, it is one of the States oldest mill complexes and preserves examples of ...

Branchville, Connecticut

Branchville is a Ridgefield, Connecticut area in the intersection of Wilton and Redding, Connecticut, and also the name of a metro North station. Some people believe Branchville part of Georgetown, Connecticut, adjacent to him, not incorporated c ...

Connecticut Route 107

Route 107 begins as the School street at the intersection with us 7 in the North-East corner of Wilton. He will soon enter the city of Redding after 0.2 mi and crosses the Norwalk river. Immediately after crossing the river, route 57 splits off t ...

Georgetown, Connecticut

Georgetown is a village and census-designated place in the County of Fairfield, Connecticut, USA. It is located in an area where the towns of Wilton, Redding, Ridgefield, and Weston meet. The village and its surroundings is also defined as a cens ...

Saugatuck Reservoir

The Saugatuck reservoir is a reservoir in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States, which forms the border between the towns of Redding and Weston. It is created with the Samuel P. senior dam the Saugatuck river, and provides water to several ...

Connecticut Route 35

Route 35 is a state highway in Connecticut is located in Ridgefield, Fairfield County. Route 35 begins in new York, where the road continues as new York on route 35, and ends at highway 7. The road is often used as an alternative to the congested ...

Connecticut Route 102

Route 102 begins at the intersection with route 35 in Ridgefield center and heads East to Branchville. It ends at the intersection with us 7 in Branchville, near the train station from Branchville, and Danbury branch of the Northern railroad. The ...

Connecticut Route 116

Route 116 is 4.24 km long highway is entirely in Ridgefield, Connecticut that goes from the town center of Ridgefield at route 35 in new York, where new York state route 116 is still on the farm in North Salem.

Pine Mountain Reserve (Connecticut)

Pine mountain reserve is a 368 acre open space in Ridgefield, Connecticut. The space has many trails, trail heads and also one of Ridgefields high points, 1.021 feet above sea level.

Ridgefield (CDP), Connecticut

Ridgefield is a census-designated place in the County of Fairfield, Connecticut, USA. It consists of a main village in the town of Ridgefield and the surrounding residential areas. According to the 2010 census, the population statistically isolat ...

Ridgefield Rail Trail

Ridgefield trail trail in Ridgefield, Connecticut. Follows an old railway corridor for 2.3 miles from city center Ridgefields Branchville section of town. The trail can be used for walking, Jogging and cross-country skiing and is open from dawn t ...

Connecticut Route 41

Route 41 is 17.86 km scenic highway in rural northwestern Connecticut. It extends from new York, in the town of Sharon in Massachusetts, a state in Salisbury and is the only state route number in Connecticut, and both his ends at the state border.

Connecticut Route 112

Route 112 begins at the intersection with US 44 in Western part of Salisbury, as a way to Interlaken. It heads Southeast in between Wononskopomuc lakes and lake Wononpakuk, passing by the Hotchkiss school and associated with the Golf course, at t ...

Lake Wononscopomuc

Wononscopomuc lake is a lake located in the Lakeville section of Salisbury, Connecticut, USA. He has the distinction of being the deepest lake in the state. It is also known as lake Wononskopomuc or Lakeville lake Wononscopomuc is a natural lake ...

Lakeville, Connecticut

Lakeville is a village and census-designated place in the County of Litchfield, Connecticut, United States of America, near the Dutchess County now County, new York. It is located in Salisbury, but has its own zip code. According to the 2010 cens ...

Great Hill Cemetery

Great hill cemetery is an old cemetery in Seymour, Connecticut which dates back to the 18th century and is still used today. It is located in the forest known as big hill.

Simsbury Center, Connecticut

The center of Simsbury is a census-designated place, which consists of a Central village and in the areas immediately surrounding it, in the town of Simsbury, Connecticut, in the United States. According to the 2010 census, in the CDP the populat ...

Tariffville, Connecticut

Tariffville is a neighborhood and census designated place in the town of Simsbury in Hartford County, Connecticut, USA. The population was 1.324 at the 2010 census. It is a popular location for whitewater paddlers who use the Farmington river. Pa ...

Weatogue, Connecticut

Weatogue is located in the southern part of the town of Simsbury, and bounded on the North-West Simsbury and North-East from the center of Simsbury. The Northern boundary of the village should be the Town forest road, Stratton brook road, a small ...

West Simsbury, Connecticut

West Simsbury is a census-designated place and section of the town of Simsbury in Hartford County, Connecticut, USA. The population statistically isolated location made up 2.447 at the 2010 census.

George Waldo State Park

State Park, George Waldo undeveloped public recreation area on the Eastern shore of lake Lillinonah in Southbury, Connecticut. Park activities include Hiking, mountain Biking, horse riding, fishing and hunting. State Park is administered by the D ...

Connecticut Route 120

Route 120 is a state highway in Connecticut running entirely in Southington. It serves as a more direct link between downtown southington and Meriden.

Connecticut Route 322

322 route begins at the intersection with route 69 in Wolcott and passes through the center of town as it curves East, Southeast, and South to the Southeast corner of the city. She then turns to the Meriden road and down in Southington, becoming ...

Meriden Avenue–Oakland Road Historic District

On Meriden Avenue–Oakland road historic district in the National register of historic places district covering a residential section in Southington, Connecticut, located South of the city centre. At the time of listing in 1988, there were 113 bui ...

Southington Center Historic District

The Southington center historic district in the National register of historic places district covering the major portion of the center Southington, Connecticut. The territory has a large number of resources, many of which are buildings, commercia ...

Hydeville, Connecticut

Hydeville is a rural town of Stafford, Connecticut, located on furnace Creek. Historically it was also known as Haydenville. Lafayette blast furnace, established in Hydeville in 1799 to process bog iron, is reputed to have been the first iron fur ...

Stafford High School (Stafford, Connecticut)

High school of Stafford is a public high school in Stafford, Connecticut. It serves grades 9-12 and offers a wide variety of programs. He competes athletically as the bulldogs, in different sports.

Pawcatuck, Connecticut

Pakatak is a village and census-designated place in the town of Stonington, which is in the County of new London, Connecticut. The population was 5.624 pixels according to the census of 2010. It is located across the river Pakatak from the town o ...

Connecticut Route 113

Route 113 is a state road the state of Connecticut, running from the Bridgeport-Stratford town line around the section of power Stratford in the Eastern part of the city.

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