Nov 14th, 2011 by CtCameraEye
The October storm which left over 800,000 people without power for over a week throughout Connecticut also severely two historic trees.
In Granby, the Dewey-Granby Oak on Day Street, which is believed to be about 500 years old sustained heavy damage in the rare October winter storm. In Simsbury, the Pinchot Sycamore tree on Rt. 185 was also damaged with many large limbs broken off. This tree is to be believed to be over 300 years old.
Officials say that they will due their best to save the trees even though the damage is extensive.
Here are some images from both trees.
The Dewey-Granby Oak in Granby.
The Pinchot Sycamore in Simsbury.
A look at the Heublein Tower through fallen limbs of the trees.