Get to Know Your National Highways in North Central Connecticut


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The final installment in this informative series about the Patch sites in north-central Connecticut, providing facts and figures on some of the national highways that wind through the area, features the shortest route yet – Route 191 , which begins at Route 5 in East Windsor. and ends at Route 190 in Enfield.

  • Designated: 1932
  • Length: 9.3 miles
  • Towns: Windsor East, Enfield
  • Other names: Phelps Rd., Scantic Rd., Mill St., Main St. (East Windsor); Broad Brook Road (Windsor East / Enfield)
  • Junctions: Windsor East – US 5, Rt. 140; Enfield – Rt. 190
  • Landmarks: US Army Recruiting Center, East Windsor Historical Society Museum, Broad Brook Fire Department, Broad Brook Opera House, Mill Pond, Broad Brook Library, East Windsor Middle School, Herb Holden Trucking, Taylor Energy (East Windsor); Faith Baptist Church, Jarmoc Tobacco, Scitico School / Enfield Grange Hall (Enfield)

The East Windsor Historical Society Museum is located in the former East Windsor Academy. (Tim Jensen / Patch Media Corp.)

The 191/140 crossing on the East Windsor / Enfield line. (Tim Jensen / Patch Media Corp.)

Faith Baptist Church on Broad Brook Road in Enfield. (Tim Jensen / Patch Media Corp.)

The north end of Route 191 at the junction of Route 190 in the Scitico section of Enfield. (Tim Jensen / Patch Media Corp.)

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