Windsor Locks

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Bradley International Airport - History - World War II
... origins in the 1940 acquisition of 1,700 acres (690 ha) of land in Windsor Locks by the State of Connecticut ... Soon after its establishment, the airfield at Windsor Locks suffered its first fatality ... Following a groundswell of sentiment in favor of naming the Windsor Locks airfield in Lt ...
Suffield High School - Extracurricular Activities
... Suffield and Windsor Locks compete nationally with a cooperative robotics team which has frequently placed well in national and international events ... Suffield and Windsor Locks also share a football team ... baseball, basketball, cross country, football (shared with Windsor Locks), golf, ice hockey (shared with Windsor Locks and Granby), indoor track, lacrosse, outdoor track, soccer, swimming, tennis and wrestling ...
Bradley Air National Guard Base - History
... origins in the 1940 acquisition of 1,700 acres (690 ha) of land in Windsor Locks by the State of Connecticut ... Soon after its establishment, the airfield at Windsor Locks suffered its first fatality ... Following a groundswell of sentiment in favor of naming the Windsor Locks airfield in Lt ...
Windsor Locks (Amtrak Station)
... Windsor Locks is a train station in Windsor Locks, Connecticut located on the New Haven-Springfield Line ... The former Windsor Locks Passenger Station is a mile north of the current modern station ...

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    Nodding, its great head rattling like a gourd,
    And locks like seaweed strung on the stinking stone,
    The nightmare stumbles past,
    Robert Penn Warren (1905–1989)