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Connecticut Byway Highway Guide

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Stateline Connecticut/New York
Stateline Connecticut/New York, State Highway #15, This is where Byway Merritt Parkway starts it's journey from. This Byway is set amidst natural surroundings. Merritt Parkway brings art and engineering together as evidenced by its Art Deco or Art Moderne styles of the 1920s and 1930s.
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Riversville Road
Riversville Road, Sherwood Avenue, Riversville Road-Merritt Bridge over the Merritt Parkway.
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Round Hill Road
Round Hill Road, West Fork Pond, Horseneck Brook,
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North Street
North Street, Rockwood Lake, Putnam Lake, located on State Route #15, connecticut.
8.0
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Manus River State Park
Manus River State Park, Riverbank Road, Newman Mills Park, Deep Valley Lake,
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Westover Road
Westover Road, Treetops State Park, Mianus River Reservoir, Mianus or North Mianus is one of many neighborhoods located within the Town of Greenwich, Connecticut. The community is located in a river valley formed by the Mianus River.
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Long Ridge Road
Long Ridge Road/State Route #104, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church (Stamford, Connecticut), is an historic church that was built in 1860. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The West Side of Stamford, Connecticut is one of the poorest and most violent sections in the state of Connecticut. It is located north of the Waterside neighborhood, west of Downtown and east of Greenwich, Connecticut.
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High Ridge Road
High Ridge Road/State Route #137, Laurel Reservoir, located at the border with New York. Dorothy Heroy Recreation Area, North Stamford Reservoir, Octagon House, a historic house, in Stamford, Connecticut.
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Newfield Avenue
Newfield Avenue/Lakeside Drive, North Stamford Reservoir, Community of North Stamford, Connecticut. The Glass House or Johnson house, built in 1949 in New Canaan, Connecticut, The building is an essay in minimal structure, geometry, proportion, and the effects of transparency and reflection. The Glass House is a National Historic Landmark. Newfield-Westover Turn of River.
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Junction
Junction State Route #106, Waveny Park (also known as Waveny House) is a public park located in New Canaan, Connecticut. The park's centerpiece is "the castle", built in 1912, surrounded by 300 acres of fields, ponds, trails.
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State Route #123
State Route #123/Riverside Avenue, Norwalk, Connecticut, is a city in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Norwalk Hospital is a nonprofit, acute-care, community hospital in the Spring Hill section of Norwalk, Connecticut. It is also a teaching hospital.
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Intersection
Intersection United States Highway #7, Norwalk, Connecticut
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Main Avenue
Main Avenue/United States Highway #7, Wilton, Connecticut, is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Wilton, like many other Fairfield County towns, is an expensive residential community with open lands (a testament to its colonial farming roots), historic architecture and extensive town services.
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Intersection
Intersection State Route #53/Chestnut Hill Road, Cranbury is a neighborhood or section in the northeast corner of the city of Norwalk in Fairfield County, Connecticut. The Save Cranbury Association, a local community group, describes itself as an "association of citizens dedicated to the preservation of the historical, rural quality of Cranbury area of Norwalk".
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State Route #57
State Route #57/Weston Road, Held Pond, Weston, Connecticut, is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Most of Devil's Den Preserve, a 1746 acre nature reserve, which gets 40,000 visits a year, is located in the town.
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Bayberry Lane
Bayberry Lane, Rolnick Observatory is an astronomical observatory located at the highest elevation in Westport, Connecticut.
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Redding Road
Redding Road, Aspetuck is a neighborhood or section in the town of Easton in Fairfield County, Connecticut. The neighborhood is located on the banks of the Aspetuck River, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places for its 18th-century houses as well as for being the place where Helen Keller lived out her later years. Bronson Windmill, is an historic windmill in Fairfield, Connecticut. The windmill is listed in the National Historic Register. Jonathan Sturges House is an early and well-preserved nineteenth century gothic revival cottage. The house is a National Historic Landmark.
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Black Rock Turnpike
Black Rock Turnpike/State Route #58, Mill River, Samp Mortar Reservoir, Mountain Grove Cemetery, Bridgeport, Connecticut, laid out in 1849 in a beautiful park-like rural setting away from the center of the city. The Cemetery has a civil war monument. Hemlock Reservoir and Aspetuck Reservoir are located north of this location.
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Lake Mohegan
Morehouse Highway, Lake Mohagan, Lake Mohegan Recreation Area, H Smith Richardson Golf Course, Candee Farm in Easton, Connecticut.
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State Route #59
State Route #59, Fairchild Wheeler Park, Fairchild Wheeler Golf Course, Easton Reservoir,
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Park Avenue
Park Avenue, South Park Avenue, Dam Access Road, Easton Reservoir, Ninety Acres Park,
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Main Street,
Main Street/State Route #111, Trumbull Shopping Park, Horse Tavern Reservoir, Lake Forest, Trumbull, Connecticut, is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, Island Brook Park,
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Intersection
Intersection State Highway #25, Robert G. Beach Memorial Park, Twin Brooks Park, Pinewood Lake,
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Junction
Junction State Highway #8, Beaver Dam Lake, Trap Falls Reservoir, Naugatuck River, Derby, connecticut, is a city in New Haven County, Connecticut, The town has a Metro-North railroad station called Derby-Shelton.
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Huntington Road
Huntington Road, Stratford, Connecticut, is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, located on Long Island Sound at the mouth of the Housatonic River. It has a historical legacy in aviation, the military, and the theater. Trap Falls Reservoir is located north of this location
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James Farm Road
James Farm Road, Booth Memorial Park, Nathan B. Booth House, a national historic place, is located in Stratford, Connecticut. The Ephraim Wheeler House in Stratford, Connecticut, a national historic place.
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Intersection
Intersection of State Route #110, This Road runs along the Housatonic River. Indian Well State Park is a Connecticut state park in Shelton, Connecticut, which offers facilities for swimming in Lake Housatonic, picnicking, hiking, boating, and fishing. Booth Memorial Park, Connecticut.
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The Commodore Isaac Hull Bridge
The Commodore Isaac Hull Bridge carries Connecticut Route 8 over the Housatonic River, between Shelton and Derby, in Connecticut. This is where Byway Merritt Parkway ends.