Connecticut River Valley Villages Photos

The Connecticut River Valley is a significant early route for American settlement which even today boasts much unspoiled landscape with quaint villages with notable collections of early American architecture.

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Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, CT Neoclassical house once run by Miss Florence as rooming house for American Impressionist artists & now part of Florence Griswold Museum. Old Lyme, CT Painted panels by many artist residents in Art Colony Dining Room at Florence Griswold Museum. Old Lyme, CT Front Parlor, Florence Griswold House painting by William Chadwick at Florence Griswold Museum. Old Lyme, CT
Essex, CT Heritage Noah Tooker House. Essex, CT Thomas Millard House. Essex, CT John Pratt, Jr. House Museum run by Essex Historical Society. Essex, CT
Connecticut River Museum, Essex, CT William Parmelee Warehouse now Connecticut River Museum. Essex, CT Model of Bushnell's Turtle, world's first operational combat submarine to attack British ships in New York Harbor at Connecticut River Museum. Essex, CT Connecticut packet ship watercolor by Frederick Roux at Connecticut River Museum. Essex, CT
Essex Steam Train, Essex, CT Nose of steam locomotive 3025 at Essex Steam Train. Essex, CT Passenger cars used as cafe at Essex Steam Train. Essex, CT Circus train at Essex Steam Train. Essex, CT
Deep River Museum, Deep River, CT Deacon Ezra Southworth home now a house museum of Deep River Historical Society. Deep River, CT Square grand piano made from wood of Connecticut's historic Charter Oak at Deep River Museum. Deep River, CT Bedroom at Deep River Museum. Deep River, CT
Gillette Castle State Park, East Haddam, CT Stone tower of museum house at Gillette Castle State Park. East Haddam, CT Living room sofa at Gillette Castle State Park. East Haddam, CT Poster of Farewell Appearances of William Gillette as Sherlock Holmes at Gillette Castle State Park. East Haddam, CT
Haddam, CT Victorian house with veranda. Haddam, CT Route 82 swing bridge over Connecticut River at Haddam. East Haddam, CT Carpenter Gothic details of Goodspeed Opera House. East Haddam, CT
Thankful Arnold House, Haddam, CT Federal architecture of Thankful Arnold House. Haddam, CT Kitchen fireplace at Thankful Arnold House. Haddam, CT Roots & lentils on redware plates at Thankful Arnold House. Haddam, CT
Wethersfield, CT Gable end of Buttolph-Williams House with leaded windows & weathered boards. Wethersfield, CT George Washington meeting French commander Comte de Rochambeau in the Webb parlor to plan Siege of Yorktown mural by Wallace Nutting at Joseph Webb House. Wethersfield, CT Silas W. Robbins House with Mansard roof. Wethersfield, CT
Hartford, CT Goodwin Square & City Place. Hartford, CT Soldiers and Sailors Civil War Memorial Arch. Hartford, CT Stained glass windows surround the sanctuary of St. Joseph Cathedral. Hartford, CT
Windsor & Suffield, CT First Church in Windsor for congregation organized in 1630. Windsor, CT Oliver Ellsworth Homestead & Museum run by Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution. Windsor, CT Springfield Electric Ry. #16 by Wason Manuf. Co. at Connecticut Trolley Museum. East Windsor, CT

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