Hawleyville is an unincorporated community in Fairfield County in the Town of Newtown, Connecticut about 1 mile outside the Incorporated Borough of Newtown.
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In early history, the village of Hawleyville briefly emerged as a railroad center, causing the town - Newtown's - population to grow over 4,000 circa 1881. The railroads included the New York and New England Railroad and the Hawleyville Branch of the Danbury and Norwalk Railroad.
- ^ Ronald Dale Karr (1995). The Rail Lines of Southern New England, A Handbook of Railroad History. Branch Line Press. ISBN 0-942147-02-2.
Coordinates: 41°25′34″N 73°21′21″W / 41.4260°N 73.3557°W