Posted by: neoc1
N 41° 55.113 W 072° 47.449
18T E 683197 N 4643093
Quick Description: The Granby welcome sign depicts three major features of the town.
Location: Connecticut, United States
Date Posted: 11/20/2011 3:19:08 PM
Waymark Code: WMD57H
The Granby, Ct welcome sign, northbound on Route 10, has as three major element. In the center is a large oak tree. Granby is home to the Dewey-Granby Oak, a huge 450 year old tree that also appears on the town seal. Granby lies in the Farmington River Valley and several major tributeries flow through Granby into the Farmington, most important of which is Salmon Brook. A waterway also appears on the town seal. The western part of Granby is a north-to-south ridge known as the West Mountains. Below is the slogan: PRIDE OF THE VALLEY. The sign is attached to two fieldstone posts topped with large white finials.
Please give the date and brief account of your visit - something more than, "Drove past this today." You are encouraged to add a new photo, but this is not mandatory. If you can add any further information about the sign or community, that would be appreciated.