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Intersection Of North, South, East And West Main Streets Near Bank Street And Green, Waterbury | Connecticut History Illustrated Accession number UC1-0528 IMG0007-0992

Intersection Of North, South, East And West Main Streets Near Bank Street And Green, Waterbury | Connecticut History Illustrated Accession number UC1-0528 IMG0007-0992

Waterbury Connecticut CT 1925 Exchange Place Town Square Vintage Postcard

Waterbury Connecticut CT 1925 Exchange Place Town Square Vintage Postcard

Railroad Station New - Waterbury Connecticut 1909  RR Depot  divided back

Railroad Station New - Waterbury Connecticut 1909 RR Depot divided back

An abandoned 18-acre religious park called Holy Land USA in Waterbury, Connecticut. Originally built in the 50s the park closed to the public in 1984 and it consisted of a chapel, numerous Christian crosses, replicas of catacombs and Israelite villages constructed from cinder blocks, bathtubs and a recreation of the Garden of Eden.

An abandoned 18-acre religious park called Holy Land USA in Waterbury, Connecticut. Originally built in the 50s the park closed to the public in 1984 and it consisted of a chapel, numerous Christian crosses, replicas of catacombs and Israelite villages constructed from cinder blocks, bathtubs and a recreation of the Garden of Eden.

Image 2- Entrance to the Elton, 38 West Main Street, Waterbury | Connecticut History Illustrated Accession number X.2000.35.227 2821 img0015.pcd

Image 2- Entrance to the Elton, 38 West Main Street, Waterbury | Connecticut History Illustrated Accession number X.2000.35.227 2821 img0015.pcd

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