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If you prefer to view vintage images of particular areas of Waterbury rather than take the entire tour, click on the appropriate link below.Bauby's Corner is partially obscured behind the tree. was founded in 1882 and was known as The Waterbury Horse Railroad. "Freedom Through Organization"People wait for a bus at Bauby's Corner on Exchange Place on the morning of August 19, 1955 as Hurricane Diane strikes Waterbury.Over 10 inches of torrential rain from the hurricane, on top of the 6 inches of rain from Hurricane Connie less than a week earlier, produced the Great Flood of 1955 that devastated Waterbury and the entire Naugatuck Valley.The base and 15 foot granite tower of the clock on the Green were designed by Paul Lux of the Lux Clock Co.
It has been called "Colley's Clock" at times for the president of the Chamber of Commerce, Charles Colley, who fought for it. The 2,500 pound statue on the Carrie Welton Fountain is in memory of Caroline Josephine Welton's black stallion, Knight, and her love of animals.
By the early 1900s, Cornelius Cables had built two office buildings on Center Street, had become the owner of the Kingsbury Hotel, also on Center Street, and owned the Cables Apartment House, which stood for many years at 45 Prospect Street.