Route 207 and Route 138 form an east-west corridor in this part of the state; the nearest parallel routes are Route 2 to the south, and Route 14 to the north.

CT 207 History

Route 207 was commissioned in 1932, and has seen a few changes to its alignment:

Route 207's strange eastern end, 1932 - 1962
Scan from 1946 USGS Map, Sprague, CTUntil 1962, Route 207 officially never made it as far as Route 97; instead, it ran parallel for a while, ending at the Norwich town line. This is a USGS 1946 map scan from University of New Hampshire, Dimond Library, Documents Department and Data Center.

CT 207 Sources