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Nutmeg Junction Stops At The Terryville Water Wheel

The history of the Terryville water wheel can be traced back to the mid 1800’s when it used the mighty Pequabuck River to power a factory that eventually was destroyed by fire in 1940. According to the Plymouth Historical Society, this 20-foot diameter wood and iron water wheel is the most intact of the three Read more…

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Father Paul Luniw’s Ukrainian Eggs

They’re beautiful one-of-a-kind works of art. Eggs painstakingly drawn on and dyed by Father Paul Luniw of  St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church in Terryville. He learned the art of making Ukrainian eggs when he was a child and since then has adorned all kinds of eggs, the largest, an Ostrich egg, taking up to 7 Read more…

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