A Piece of Connecticut’s History
The Connecticut River has always had an important part in our history. The river is navigable from Saybrook Point, at the mouth of the River, north up until Hartford. During colonial times, ships would anchor and often their provisions would be loaded into cove warehouses along the river.
Ye Olde Connecticut River Cove Warehouse Barn
Be sure to check out this historic barn architecture when you visit Connecticut as it dates from mid 1600’s – Another photo from my many daytrips.
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