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Interstate 84 Eastbound - Hartford to Massachusetts

Interstate 84 Eastbound
Exit 62 leaves Interstate 84 from within the Interstate 291 directional interchange for Buckland Street. Buckland Street stems north from the intersection of Tolland Turnpike, Main Street, and Adams Street in Buckland to the The Shoppes at Buckland Hills and South Windsor. Buckland Street becomes Buckland Road upon crossing the South Windsor Town line en route to junction Connecticut 30 (Ellington Road) & Connecticut 194 (Sullivan Avenue). Photo taken 08/09/04.
The Interstate 84 eastbound car pool lane receives its own off-ramp to Buckland Street at Exit 62. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Connecticut 30 (Deming Street) continues southeast from the South Windsor Town Center to meet Interstate 84 at Exit 63. The state highway merges with Connecticut 83 (Oakland Street) just south of the freeway. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Drawing to within one half mile of the half-cloverleaf interchange with Connecticut 30 (Exit 63) on Interstate 84 east. Connecticut 30 travels southeast via Ellington Road to Deming Street at the Manchester Town Line. Overall the state highway meanders 21 miles northeast from South Windsor to West Stafford in north-central Connecticut. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Connecticut 30 (Deming Street) crosses over Interstate 84 at the Exit 63 ramp departure. Exit 63 intersects Deming Street / Tolland Turnpike at Connecticut 83 (Oakland Street). Connecticut 83 entails 27.54 miles of roadway in the Nutmeg State between Glastonberry and Massachusetts 83 near North Somers. The state route follows Main Street through downtown Manchester. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Connecticut 30 & 83 follow the Tolland Turnpike east from their merge in Manchester to Talcottville within the Town of Vernon. The tandem split after a 1.5-mile overlap at Exit 64 and Kelley Road. A left-hand off-ramp serves Exit 64 from the HOV-2 lane of Interstate 84 east as well. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Interstate 84 eastbound enters the Exit 64 & 65 interchange with Connecticut 30 & 83. Connecticut 30 departs Connecticut 83 via the Hartford Turnpike through the Vernon Town Center alongside Interstate 84 west. Connecticut 83 continues north via Talcottville Road to junction Connecticut 74 west of Rockville. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Interstate 84 eastbound at the Exit 64 & 65 ramp departure for Connecticut 30 & 83. The exit ramp splits into three prongs. They serve Connecticut 30 (Hartford Turnpike) east, Connecticut 83 (Talcottville Road) north, and Connecticut 30 & 83 south (Tolland Turnpike) to Talcottville. The HOV-2 lane merges onto the freeway mainline ahead. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Eight lanes of Interstate 84 exist east of the Connecticut 30 & 83 junction in the town of Vernon. Pictured here is an eastbound reassurance marker posted after the Exit 64 & 65 on-ramp from Dobson Road. Photo taken 08/09/04.
The next exit from Interstate 84 eastbound joins the freeway with Tunnel Road and Bolton Road near the Vernon Town Center. Tunnel Road travels south from Connecticut 30 (Hartford Turnpike) to Lake Street within the town of Bolton. The road becomes Connecticut 85 at its intersection with U.S. 6 & 44 in Bolton. Photo taken 08/09/04.
One half mile west of the Exit 66 ramp departure for the Vernon exit to Tunnel and Bolton Roads. The off-ramp joins Interstate 84 east with an adjacent Frontage Road between its ends at Tunnel and Bolton Roads. Bolton Road stems southeast from Connecticut 30 & Center Road to Bolton Lakes and Quarry Road in Bolton. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Tunnel Road and Bolton Road both pass over Interstate 84 around the Exit 66 off-ramp. Use both roads north to Connecticut 30 (Hartford Turnpike) for West Street north to Rockville (junction Connecticut 74 & 83). Photo taken 08/09/04.
The final Vernon interchange serves Connecticut 31 (Mile Hill Road) outside of Rockville on Interstate 84. Connecticut 31 travels Grove Street south from Connecticut 74 (Main Street) to junction Connecticut 30 (Hartford Turnpike / Hyde Avenue) before meeting Interstate 84 at Exit 67. Photo taken 08/09/04.
0.50-mile guide sign for Connecticut 31 (Exit 67) posted on Interstate 84 east. Connecticut 31 travels 14.34 miles south from Connecticut 74 in Rockville to Connecticut 32 at Perkins Center. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Interstate 84 reduces to six overall lanes ahead of the Exit 67 diamond interchange with Connecticut 31 (Mile Hill Road). Use Connecticut 31 south ten miles for the Coventry Town Center. The state highway merges with U.S. 44 (Boston Turnpike) 4.6 miles to the south. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Interstate 84 enters the Town of Tolland just east of Exit 67. The next exit joins the freeway with Connecticut 195 (Merrow Road) near the town center. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Interstate 84 maintains six lanes through Tolland on the approach to junction Connecticut 195 (Exit 68). The terrain in northeastern Connecticut is quite scenic. Cider Mill Road passes underneath the freeway one half mile west of Exit 68. Photos taken 08/09/04.

Exit 68 leaves Interstate 84 eastbound for Connecticut 195 (Merrow Road). Connecticut 195 ventures 15.91 miles between Connecticut 74 in Tolland to U.S. 6 in Windham. The state highway meets U.S. 44 5.7 miles to the southeast at Mansfield Four Corners in the Town of Mansfield. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Interstate 84 enters Nye-Holman State Forest on the one-mile approach to junction Connecticut 74 (Exit 69). Connecticut 74 travels east-west 22.21 miles between Connecticut 194 in South Windsor to U.S. 44 at West Ashford. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Eastbound at the Exit 69 diamond interchange with Connecticut 74 (Tolland Stage Road). Connecticut 74 intersects Connecticut 32 (River Road) in 0.75 miles at West Willington. The state highway continues from there 1.9 miles to the merge with Connecticut 320 (Ruby Road) at Willington. Photo taken 08/09/04.
A rest area resides along Interstate 84 between Exits 69 and 70 (Connecticut 32). Connecticut 32 (River Road) journeys 1.4 miles north from West Willington to meet Interstate 84 at a diamond interchange. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Interstate 84 crosses over a railroad line ahead of the Exit 70 ramp departure for Connecticut 32 (River Road). Connecticut 32 represents a three-state route between New London and Keene, New Hampshire. The highway comprises 54.88 miles within the Nutmeg State and locally serves Stafford Springs four miles to the north. Photo taken 08/09/04.
The second exit within the Town of Willington serves the northern terminus of Connecticut 320 (Ruby Road) at Exit 71. Ruby Road carries the state highway 3.2 miles north from Connecticut 74 at the Town Center to Interstate 84. Photo taken 08/09/04.
One half mile west of the half-cloverleaf interchange with Connecticut 320 (Ruby Road) and Lohse Road. Connecticut 320 represents a short state route tallying 7.85 miles between Interstate 84 and Connecticut 195 in Mansfield. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Exit 71 departs Interstate 84 east for Connecticut 320 (Ruby Road). Ruby Road continues east from the interchange to Turnpike Road and Ashford. Lohse Road kisses the westbound side of the freeway between Kucko, Mihaliak, and Polster Roads. These rural highways tie the freeway into the nearby Nipmuck State Forest and community of Village Hill. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Interstate 84 nips the northwestern corner of Ashford on the drive to junction Connecticut 89 (Exit 72). Connecticut 83 (Fish Point Road / Ferrence Road) meets the freeway at the Union Town Line adjacent to Mores Pond. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Connecticut 89 links Interstate 84 with Westford to the south and Connecticut 190 (Buckley Highway) to the north at Nipmuck State Forest. The state highway travels 16.25 miles south from the Buckley Highway to Connecticut 195 in Mansfield Center. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Eastbound at the Exit 72 diamond interchange with Connecticut 89 (Fish Point Road / Ferrence Road). Connecticut 89 ventures southward through the Town of Ashford 4.2 miles to Westford and 8.3 miles to junction U.S. 44 (Ashford Center Road) at Warrenville. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Attached to the Connecticut 89 over crossing is the one-mile overhead for Exit 73 (Connecticut 190). Connecticut 190 straddles the northern reaches of the state 28.27 miles between Connecticut 75 at Suffield to Connecticut 171 nearby. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Interstate 84 enters the Town of Union just south of the Exit 72 diamond interchange with Connecticut 190 (Buckly Highway). Connecticut 190 meets Connecticut 171 (Bigelow Hollow Road) at the Union Town Center two miles to the northeast. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Eastbound at the Exit 73 ramp departure for Connecticut 190 (Buckly Highway). Use Connecticut 190 east for Connecticut 171 (Bigelow Hollow Road) east to Bigelow Hollow State Park and the Town of Woodstock. Photo taken 08/09/04.
The final Connecticut interchange joins Interstate 84 with Connecticut 171 (Buckly Highway) at Exit 74. Connecticut 171 overtakes the Buckly Highway from Connecticut 190 2.3 miles to the south. Photo taken 08/09/04.
One half mile southwest of the modified diamond interchange with Connecticut 171 (Buckly Highway) and Holland Road in north Union. Holland Road and its companion Gilbronson Road stem north from Exit 74 to Holland, Massachusetts around the Hamilton Reservoir. Connecticut 171 ends at Interstate 84 otherwise. Photo taken 08/09/04.
Traffic to Connecticut 171 (Buckly Highway) south and Holland Road depart Interstate 84 at Exit 74. Connecticut 171 continues 20.70 miles east from here to Woodstock and U.S. 44 & Connecticut 12 at Putnam. Interstate 84 crosses into Massachusetts within one half mile. Holland, Massachusetts lies three miles to the northwest. Photo taken 08/09/04.

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