Windham County, Connecticut
(Diner) [Map · Street View] Fully restored 1950's era diner.Also known as: Boulevard Diner, South Windham Diner
(Bridge) [Map] Stone arch bridge of dressed stones in mortar in Killingly.Also known as: Five Mile River Bridge
(Mill) [Map] Four-story stucco and rubble-walled mill, one of three of the Attawaugan Manufacturing Co. in Killingly.
(Mill) [Map · Street View] A 4-story brick cotton thread mill built by George M. Morse in 1872. Belding bought the mill in 1918. In Putnam.Also known as: Powhatan Mill, Belding-Heminway-Corticelli Mill
(House) [Map] 115 Liberty Hwy, Putnam, ConnecticutAlso known as: Cady, Damaris, House
(Mill) [Map] Brick mill buildings, 4-story and 3-story, built end-to-end in Danielson.
Crandall, Prudence, House
(School) [Map · Street View] 1 S. Canterbury Rd, Canterbury, ConnecticutAlso known as: Elisha Payne House, Prudence Crandall School for Negro Girls, Prudence Crandall Museum
Cranska Thread Mill
(Mill) [Map · Street View] Consists of two wings, one to each side of a 4-story stair tower. Thread was produced here until 1956 in Moosup.Also known as: Cranska Cotton Spinning Mill
(Mill) [Map] 4 1/2 story brick mill, 3-story power house and ancillary buildings.Also known as: Prym Mill
Glen Falls Bridge
(Bridge) [Map · Street View] Lenticular Through truss bridge built by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.Also known as: Brunswick Avenue Bridge, Bridge No. 4402
Grosvenor Dale Mill
(Mill) [Map] 5-story stair tower, smokestack and office building remain of an incomplete demolition projectAlso known as: Grosvenordale Mills, Belding-Corticelli Mill
(House) [Map · Street View] 14 Westford Rd., Ashford, ConnecticutAlso known as: Pompey Hollow Inn, Clark's Inn, General Palmer Inn
(Bridge) [Map] Packerville Rd. over Mill Brook, Plainfield, ConnecticutAlso known as: Bridge No. 4754
(Farm) [Map] Spaulding Rd., Brooklyn, ConnecticutAlso known as: Major General Israel Putnam Farm
(Mill) [Map] 3 1/2 story brick mill with stair tower centered on end wall in Putnam.
(Mill) [Map] Stone cotton mill of random-coursed masonry; a brick fourth story added 1890's; in Moosup
Westcott and Pray's Mill
(Mill) [Map] A 4-story mill with rubble walls; a brick extension on the south wall built 1925; in East Killigly.Also known as: Acme Cotton Company Mill