|Houghton Mill Channel Exit||1 mile, 5¾ furlongs|
|Houghton Lock No 13||1 mile, 5½ furlongs|
|Houghton Lock Weir Entrance No 2||1 mile, 5¼ furlongs|
|Houghton Lock Weir Entrance No 1||1 mile, 1¾ furlongs|
|Hartford Marina||5¼ furlongs|
|Purvis Marine Wharf||6¾ furlongs|
|Huntingdon Old Road Bridge||1 mile, ¾ furlongs|
|A14 Road Bridge (Huntingdon)||1 mile, 1½ furlongs|
|Mill Common Arm||1 mile, 1¾ furlongs|
|Huntingdon Boathaven Marina||1 mile, 2¾ furlongs|
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Hartford is the capital of Connecticut and the historic seat of Hartford County until Connecticut disbanded county government in 1960. As of the 2010 Census, Hartford's population was 124,775, making it Connecticut's fourth-largest city after the coastal cities of Bridgeport, New Haven, and Stamford.
Nicknamed the "Insurance Capital of the World", Hartford houses many insurance company headquarters, and insurance remains the region's major industry. Founded in 1637, Hartford is among the oldest cities in the United States. Hartford is home to the nation's oldest public art museum, the Wadsworth Atheneum; the oldest publicly funded park, Bushnell Park; the oldest continuously published newspaper, The Hartford Courant; the second-oldest secondary school, Hartford Public; Trinity College, an elite, private liberal arts college, and the Mark Twain House where the author wrote his most famous works and raised his family, among other historically significant attractions. In 1868, resident Mark Twain wrote, "Of all the beautiful towns it has been my fortune to see this is the chief."
Following the American Civil War, Hartford was the richest city in the United States for several decades. Today, Hartford is one of the poorest cities in the nation with 3 out of every 10 families living below the poverty line. In sharp contrast, the Hartford metropolitan area is ranked 32nd of 318 metropolitan areas in total economic production and 7th out of 280 metropolitan statistical areas in per capita income. Highlighting the socio-economic disparity between Hartford and its suburbs, 83% of Hartford's jobs are filled by commuters from neighboring towns who earn over $80,000, while 75% of Hartford residents who commute to work in other towns earn just $40,000.
- K.General Service (Shopping & Retail)
907 to the northwest.
- Salon de Belleza (Beauty Salon)
903 to the west.
- Apollo Books (Book Store)
1144 to the west.
- Huntingdon Gymnastics Club (Gym, Sports Instruction, Sports Venue & Stadium)
822 to the west.
- Huntingdonshire Regional College (School)
1437 to the west.
- All Saints Church, Hartford (Religious Center)
45 to the northwest.
- Costa Huntingdon Garden Centre (Food & Restaurant, Shopping & Retail)
1395 to the east.
- The Barley Mow in Hartford (Family Style Restaurant, Bar)
222 to the north.
- Huntingdon, a Wyevale Garden Centre (Garden Center, Place to EatDrink)
1394 to the east.
- Hartford Mill, Hartford Marina (Public Places & Attractions, Fast Food Restaurant, Bar)
1065 to the east.
- Wacky Warehouse Hartford Marina (Playground)
1053 to the east.
- WATA - West Anglia Training Association (Education)
490 to the northeast.
- On The Great Ouse River (Outdoors, Environmental Conservation)
843 to the southwest.
- Hartford Marina (Restaurant, Marina, Public Places & Attractions)
1067 to the east.
- Saint Michael the Archangel Parish (Catholic Church)
1148 to the west.
- Lord Protecter Pub, Sports Bar (Pub, Sports Bar)
730 to the west.
- Wyton Lakes Camp Site (Lodging)
1307 to the east.
- Riverside Park (Outdoor Recreation)
1334 to the southwest.
- Huntington Garden and Leisure (Shopping & Retail)
1405 to the east.
- Coneygear Park (Outdoor Recreation)
1104 to the northwest.
- Hunters Down Care Center (Nursing Home)
575 to the west.