Farmington River in Collinsville
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Farmington River in Collinsville

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Across the river is the old Collins Axe Company which during it's hay day in the late 19th century was the largest producer of axes and machetes in the country. The brick building to the right is an old gate house which was used to generate hydro electricity for the factory. For more information see the following links: http://www.visitcollinsville.com/visitcollinsville_002.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collinsville,_Connecticut

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