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Historic Train Station Project.

Documents related to the Historic Train Station Restoration and its inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places.


Main Street Master Planning Study.

The Main Street Master Planning Study was completed in May of 2008 and outlines recommendations for Main Street enhancements including restoration of the historic train station and moving the train platform back downtown.


Transit Oriented Development Planning Grant.

The Town was awarded a $250,000 State grant to analyze the area around the historic station for its transit oriented development potential which would include a mix of housing, office and retail.


Relocation of Windsor Locks Train Platform.

The train platform was moved from the historic station to its current location by the highway interchange three decades ago. Its move helped accelerate the demise of Windsor Lock's classic Main Street. We are now working to bring the train platform back downtown which will be a catalyst for redevelopment.


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New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Commuter Rail Project.

The State of Connecticut and Amtrak are working on an aggressive plan to bring commuter rail service to the area by 2016 with a primary stop at the Windsor Locks station which will have a bus link to Bradley International Airport.


Windsor Locks Canal State Park Trail.

The 4.5 mile Windsor Locks State Park Canal Trail follows the historic towpath of this 180 plus year old historic waterway. The canal’s many vantage points offer the trail user scenic vistas of both the Connecticut River and the old canal

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Montgomery Building.

This vacant mill complex is another key property in the reinvigoration of the Windsor Locks Main Street area. The building may be converted to residential units in the future. See our photo gallery as the building looks today.


Transit-Oriented Development Study

Windsor Locks: ONCE AND FUTURE. TOD Study