Centennial Watershed State Forest, but, these things happen.
If you're thinking Wait, back up, WTF is Stepney? don't worry, it's just a part of Monroe. It's fairly big, pretty much a town of its own. But it's not a town of its own, so the first time you see it you can get confused. Same goes for its southern neighbor, Tashua. If you're thinking Wait, there's a Tashua? there isn't, not exactly. It's just a part of Trumbull.
StepneyThe forerunner of CT Route 25. Five toll stations were located along this road. Travelers would be stopped by a pole or “pike” across the road attached to a base. Upon paying a few cents toll the attendant would turn the pike allowing the travellers to continue, thus the name “turnpike.” This turnpike was a catalyst for Stepney’s commercial growth & for moving goods from Bridgeport to Danbury.
Bridgeport / Newtown Turnpike
It was placed there by the Save Our Stepney Task Force. Of course it was.
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