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Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Barkhamsted, CT
In yesterday's post I made a reference to this photo by Aaron Bieber of the Saville Dam in Barkhamsted, CT. thinking that it was the same door, and was questioning where the differences came from. This door however is a different door than the one posted yesterday. This door is located down below the door that was posted yesterday, on the back face of the Saville Dam where there is a little park. It is amazing that a dam has such a beautiful doors when you think of how few people will enter any of these doors on a regular basis. According to the photographer of this door, who has visited many of the state parks with dams in Connecticut, the Saville Dam is by far the best maintained and most picturesque of all.
As with all photos on this blog, the photo was placed with permission of the photographer.
posted by /T/ at 7:02 AM