Connecticut Route 125
|Grange Hall Road|
Map of Litchfield County in northwestern Connecticut with Route 125 highlighted in red
|Maintained by ConnDOT|
|Length||1.24 mi (2.00 km)|
|South end||Route 4 in Cornwall|
|North end||Route 128 in Cornwall|
Route 125 begins at an intersection with Route 4 in the town center of Cornwall and heads north for 1.2 miles (1.9 km) to end at an intersection with Route 128. Route 125 is known as Grange Hill Road and is a short connector between Route 4, which leads to the village of Cornwall Bridge, and Route 128, which leads to the village of West Cornwall. Route 125 is two lanes wide and is classified as a rural collector road for its entire length. It carries average volumes of only 500 vehicles per day.
Route 125 was established from a previously unnumbered road in the 1932 state highway renumbering. It originally ran from Jewell Street, where the town offices of Cornwall are located, to its current northern terminus at Route 128. At an undetermined time after 1938, the southern terminus was truncated to its current location at Route 4. It was scheduled for cancellation in the 1962 Route Reclassification Act but it was ultimately decided to be retained in the state highway system.
|0.00||0.00||Route 4 – Sharon, Goshen|
|1.24||2.00||Route 128 – Cornwall, West Cornwall||Northern terminus of CT 125|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|