The source of Beaver Brook
|- location||Bibbins Pond, Windham|
|- location||Merrick Brook, Scotland|
BEAVER BROOK (CONNECTICUT) Latitude and Longitude:
|Length||5 mi (8.0 km)|
|- minimum||6.5 ft (2.0 m)|
|- average||26.3 ft (8.0 m)|
|- maximum||805 ft (245 m)|
|Landmarks||Beaver Brook State Park|
Beaver Brook is a stream that runs through Windham and Scotland, Windham County, Connecticut. The stream is currently 5 miles long. The stream begins at Beaver Brook State Park in Windham, Connecticut, and flows down to Merrick Brook in Scotland, Connecticut. A saw shop is named after the brook, and is located nearby the town line between the two towns.      
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