The cool waters of Carr Brook slip over a forest-shaded cliff, descending into a ceaseless whirlpool at the bottom of a rugged ravine just a few miles east of the Connecticut River.
Perched beside the sluiceway of a two-acre millpond in the heart of Ledyard, the old Main Sawmill has remarkably changed hands only twice since it was constructed back in the 1870s.
This humble Newport Harbor Lighthouse, now over 170 years old, has faithfully kept watch over seven generations of mariners and Rhode Islanders alike.
As Waterbury grew to be an industrial powerhouse in the 1800s, the steep gorge of Hancock Brook posed a routine impediment to the transport of goods eastward. That all changed with the new Sheffield Street iron bridge...
Despite being a fairly small lake, at only about 55 acres, Mount Tom Pond actually straddles a "tri-point" of town boundaries at Litchfield, Morris and Washington.
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