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Connecticut Route 114

Route 114 is a Connecticut state highway in the western suburbs of New Haven, running from Orange to Woodbridge. Other than at its junction with Route 63, it is signed North/South.

                                               

Henry F. Miller House

The Henry F. Miller house is an international style house at 30 Derby Avenue in Orange, Connecticut on 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 fo ...

                                               

Waterbury–Oxford Airport

Waterbury–Oxford Airport, also known as Oxford Airport, is a public airport located three miles north of the central business district of Oxford, a town in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. Before 1969 the airport was originally owned ...

                                               

First Congregational Church of Plainfield

The First Congregational Church of Plainfield is a historic Congregational church at 519 Norwich Road in Plainfield, Connecticut. It was built in 1816, for a congregation founded in 1705, to plans by noted early architect Ithiel Town, and is a re ...

                                               

Moosup, Connecticut

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

                                               

Plainfield Village, Connecticut

Plainfield Village is a village and census-designated place in the town of Plainfield, Connecticut in the United States. The population was 2.557 at the 2010 census. It is located in the southwest part of town, in the area west of I-395 and south ...

                                               

Robertson Field (Connecticut)

Robertson Field, also known as Robertson Airport, is a public use airport in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. It is owned by the town of Plainville and located two nautical miles north of its central business district. It is included ...

                                               

Terryville, Connecticut

Terryville is a census-designated place in Litchfield County, Connecticut, United States, and is the largest village within the town of Plymouth. In the 2010 census, Terryville had a population of 5.387, out of 12.243 in the entire town of Plymou ...

                                               

Whitestone Cliffs Trail

The Whitestone Cliffs Trail is a 1.7-mile Blue-Blazed hiking trail in the Waterbury area in Thomaston and Plymouth, Litchfield County, Connecticut. It is contained almost entirely in a section of the Mattatuck State Forest. The mainline trail is ...

                                               

Abington Congregational Church

The Abington Congregational Church is a historic church on Connecticut Route 97 in the Abington village of Pomfret, Connecticut. Built in 1751 and restyled in the 1830s, it is the oldest ecclesiastical building in the State of Connecticut that ha ...

                                               

Bara-Hack, Connecticut

Bara-Hack was settled in 1778 by Johnathan Randall Esq. and Obediah Higinbotham, two colonists of English ancestry. They and their families fled the Randall homestead and farm, situated on the coast of Cranston, Rhode Island, after the British ad ...

                                               

Gwyn Careg

Gwyn Careg is a historic country estate at 68 Wolf Den Road in the Abington section of Pomfret, Connecticut. It is currently operated as a bed and breakfast. The main house on the property is a two-story brick structure built c. 1760, altered in ...

                                               

Loos & Co.

Loos & Co., Inc. is a privately owned manufacturing company located in Pomfret, Connecticut. Their focus is in aircraft cable, wire rope, plastic coated steel cable, 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. Contributing properties in the district are 23 buildings, two other contributing str ...

                                               

Poquetanuck, Connecticut

Poquetanuck is a village in the town of Preston, Connecticut, located near the banks of a bay known as Poquetanuck Cove that opens to the Thames River. The village includes the National Register of Historic Places -listed Poquetanuck Village Hist ...

                                               

Cargill Falls Mill

The Cargill Falls Mill, also known historically as the Wilkinson Mill, is a historic textile mill complex at 52-58 Pomfret Street in Putnam, Connecticut. Founded in 1806, it is one of the states oldest mill complexes, and it retains examples of m ...

                                               

Branchville, Connecticut

Branchville is a Ridgefield, Connecticut neighborhood crossing into portions of Wilton and Redding, Connecticut, and is also the name of a Metro North railroad station. Some people consider Branchville a part of Georgetown, Connecticut, an adjoin ...

                                               

Connecticut Route 107

Route 107 begins as School Street at an intersection with US 7 in the northeast corner of the town of Wilton. It soon enters the town of Redding after 0.2 mi and crosses the Norwalk River. Right after crossing the river, Route 57 splits off to th ...

                                               

Georgetown, Connecticut

Georgetown is a village and census-designated place in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. It is located in the area where the towns of Wilton, Redding, Ridgefield, and Weston meet. The village and its surrounding area are also defined ...

                                               

Saugatuck Reservoir

The Saugatuck Reservoir is a reservoir in Fairfield County, Connecticut, US, that straddles the border between the towns of Redding and Weston. It is created by the Samuel P. Senior dam of the Saugatuck River, and provides water to several of the ...

                                               

Georgetown, Connecticut

                                               

Connecticut Route 35

Route 35 is a state highway in Connecticut, located entirely within the town of Ridgefield, Fairfield County. Route 35 starts at the New York state line, where the road continues as New York State Route 35, and ends at U.S. Route 7. The road is o ...

                                               

Connecticut Route 102

Route 102 begins at an intersection with Route 35 in Ridgefield center and heads east towards Branchville. It ends at a channelized intersection with US 7 in Branchville, near the Branchville railroad station of the Danbury Branch of the Metro-No ...

                                               

Connecticut Route 116

Route 116 is a 4.24-mile-long state highway entirely within Ridgefield, Connecticut that runs from the Ridgefield town center at Route 35 to the New York state line, where New York State Route 116 continues towards the hamlet of 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 highest points, at 1.021 feet above sea level.

                                               

Ridgefield (CDP), Connecticut

Ridgefield is a census-designated place in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. It consists of the primary central village in the town of Ridgefield and surrounding residential areas. As of the 2010 census, the population of the CDP was ...

                                               

Ridgefield Rail Trail

The Ridgefield Trail is a trail in Ridgefield, Connecticut. It follows an old rail corridor for 2.3 miles from downtown Ridgefield to the Branchville section of town. The trail can be used for walking, jogging, and cross-country skiing, and it is ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in Ridgefield, Connecticut

                                               

Connecticut Route 41

Route 41 is a 17.86-mile scenic state highway in rural Northwestern Connecticut. It extends from the New York state line in Sharon to the Massachusetts state line in Salisbury and is the only state-numbered route in Connecticut that has both its ...

                                               

Connecticut Route 112

Route 112 begins at an intersection with US 44 in western part of the town of Salisbury as Interlaken Road. It heads southeast in between Wononskopomuc Lake and Wononpakuk Lake, passing by the Hotchkiss School and its associated golf course, to a ...

                                               

Lake Wononscopomuc

Lake Wononscopomuc is a lake located in the Lakeville section of Salisbury, Connecticut, United States. It has the distinction of being the deepest natural lake in the state. Also known as Wononskopomuc Lake or Lakeville Lake, Lake Wononscopomuc ...

                                               

Lakeville, Connecticut

Lakeville is a village and census-designated place in Litchfield County, Connecticut, United States, close to Dutchess County, New York. It is within the town of Salisbury but has its own ZIP Code. As of the 2010 census, the population of Lakevil ...

                                               

Great Hill Cemetery

Great Hill Cemetery is an old cemetery in Seymour, Connecticut, which dates back to the 18th century, and is still in use today. It is located in a section of woods known as Great Hill.

                                               

Simsbury Center, Connecticut

Simsbury Center is a census-designated place that consists of the central settlement, and the neighborhoods immediately surrounding it, in the town of Simsbury, Connecticut, in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the CDP had a population of ...

                                               

Tariffville, Connecticut

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

                                               

Weatogue, Connecticut

Weatogue is in the southern part of the town of Simsbury and is bordered to the northwest by West Simsbury and to the northeast by Simsbury Center. The northern border of the CDP follows Town Forest Road, Stratton Brook Road, a small portion of U ...

                                               

West Simsbury, Connecticut

West Simsbury is a census-designated place and section of the town of Simsbury in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. The population of the CDP was 2.447 at the 2010 census.

                                               

Buildings and structures in Simsbury, Connecticut

                                               

George Waldo State Park

George Waldo State Park is an undeveloped public recreation area on the eastern shore of Lake Lillinonah in the town of Southbury, Connecticut. Park activities include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, and hunting. The state par ...

                                               

Connecticut Route 120

Route 120 is a state highway in Connecticut, running entirely in the town of Southington. It serves as a more direct connection between the town center of Southington and the city of Meriden.

                                               

Connecticut Route 322

Route 322 begins at an intersection with Route 69 in Wolcott and passes through the town center as it curves east, southeast, and south to the southeast corner of the town. It then turns onto Meriden Road, and descends into Southington, becoming ...

                                               

Meriden Avenue–Oakland Road Historic District

The Meriden Avenue–Oakland Road Historic District is a National Register of Historic Places district covering a residential section of Southington, Connecticut, located south of the center of town. At the time of the listing, in 1988, there were ...

                                               

Southington Center Historic District

The Southington Center Historic District is a National Register of Historic Places district covering a major portion of the center of Southington, Connecticut. The area includes a considerable number of resources, many of which are buildings, com ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in Southington, Connecticut

                                               

Hydeville, Connecticut

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

                                               

Stafford High School (Stafford, Connecticut)

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

                                               

Pawcatuck, Connecticut

Pawcatuck is a village and census-designated place in the town of Stonington which is located in New London County, Connecticut. The population was 5.624 at the 2010 census. It is located across the Pawcatuck River from Downtown Westerly, Rhode I ...

                                               

Houses in Stonington, Connecticut

                                               

Connecticut Route 113

Route 113 is a Connecticut state highway running from the Bridgeport-Stratford town line around the Lordship section of Stratford to the eastern part of the town.

                                               

Stratford town council

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