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Cranbrook Tower

Cranbrook Tower, Guilford, Connecticut: Guilford was founded in 1639 by Puritans who purchased land from Native Americans represented by a female chief, Shaumpishih. The coastal…
Weston Ulbrich
March 5, 2024

Housatonic Overlook

Housatonic Overlook, Orange, Connecticut: Housatonic Overlook offers a scenic hiking experience with five looping trails that lead to a stunning view of the Housatonic River.…
Weston Ulbrich
January 10, 2024

Arrigoni Bridge

Arrigoni Bridge, Middletown, Connecticut: Spanning the Connecticut River between Middletown and Portland is a steel “through arch” bridge named after a former state legislator, Charles…
Weston Ulbrich
August 15, 2023
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Graynook, Bridgeport, Connecticut: Also known as Charles B. Baker House, Graynook is one of fourteen unique buildings in Bridgeport’s Marina Park Historic District. This Shingle-Style…
Weston Ulbrich
August 10, 2023

Stevenson Dam

Stevenson Dam, Monroe, Connecticut: In 1917, construction began on Stevenson Dam connecting the towns of Monroe to Oxford. It’s still one of the largest dams…
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August 5, 2023

Silver Sands State Park

Silver Sands State Park, Milford, Connecticut:  In 1955, Hurricane Diane destroyed 75 homes on Milford’s shoreline. As a result, Connecticut’s State Park system acquired about…
Weston Ulbrich
October 14, 2022

Merritt Parkway

Merritt Parkway, Connecticut:  The Merritt Parkway is one of the oldest scenic parkways in the United States. The parkway was named for Stamford native and…
Weston Ulbrich
January 2, 2022

City Place I

City Place I, Hartford, Connecticut: A commercial office building now stands on the site of John Pierpont Morgan’s birthplace. J.P. Morgan was an American banking…
Weston Ulbrich
November 27, 2021