Oxford Turnpike

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Connecticut Route 67 - History
... In the 19th century, part of Route 67 was a toll road known as the Oxford Turnpike that connected the towns of Seymour and Southbury via Oxford ... The Oxford Turnpike was chartered in May 1795 and was one of the two earliest private toll roads in Connecticut ... the road from Woodbridge to Southbury (the old Oxford Turnpike) was designated as State Highway 147 and the road from Southbury to New Milford (via Roxbury and Bridgewater) was ...

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