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Merrymount (Quincy, Massachusetts)

Merrymount is a primarily residential neighborhood of Quincy, Massachusetts, USA, located between the neighborhoods of Quincy Center and Adams Shore. Although it was the site of Quincys initial settlement, Merrymount was not substantially develop ...

                                               

Moon Island (Massachusetts)

Moon Island is situated in Quincy Bay, in the middle of Boston Harbor, Massachusetts, and is the location of the Boston Fire Department Training Academy, and Boston Police Department shooting range. All of the land on the island is owned by the C ...

                                               

Quincy Canal

                                               

Quincy Shore Drive

Quincy Shore Drive is a historic parkway in Quincy, Massachusetts. The road is one of a series of parkways built by predecessors of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, to provide access to parks and beaches in the Greater ...

                                               

Southern Artery

Southern Artery is a street in Quincy, Massachusetts. For much of its length it is a major arterial street which is used by an average of over 30.000 Boston area commuters daily.

                                               

West Quincy Massachusetts)

West Quincy is a neighborhood of Quincy, Massachusetts. It is bordered on the north by Wollaston, on the east by Quincy Center, on the south by South Quincy and on the west by the town of Milton and the Blue Hills Reservation.

                                               

Populated coastal places in Quincy, Massachusetts

                                               

National Register of Historic Places in Quincy, Massachusetts

                                               

Gills Farm Archeological District

Gills Farm Archeological District is a historic district in Randolph, Massachusetts. The district, located in a riverine environment, encompasses a collection of prehistoric archaeological sites dating from the Middle Archaic to the Woodland peri ...

                                               

Rumney Marsh Burying Ground

The Rumney Marsh Burying Ground is a historic cemetery on Butler Street between Elm and Bixby Streets in Revere, Massachusetts. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004. It was the first burying ground of an area that now ...

                                               

Rumney Marsh Reservation

Rumney Marsh Reservation is a Massachusetts state park occupying over 600 acres in the town of Saugus and city of Revere. The salt marsh is located within the Saugus and Pines River estuary and provides habitat for many different migratory birds ...

                                               

National Register of Historic Places in Somerville, Massachusetts

                                               

Neighborhoods in Somerville, Massachusetts

                                               

Greater Taunton Area

The Greater Taunton Area is the suburban area surrounding the city of Taunton, in northeastern Bristol County, Massachusetts. It comprises various present-day municipalities that were once under the jurisdiction of Taunton in Colonial America. Th ...

                                               

Hopewell Mills District

The Hopewell Mills District is a historic district on Bay Street and Albro Avenue in Taunton, Massachusetts. The site is associated with the Hopewell Mills, one of the earliest textile mills in the city, established in 1818. The historic district ...

                                               

Massasoit State Park

Massasoit State Park is a public recreation area located on the southeast side of the city of Taunton, Massachusetts, with some parklands spilling into the adjacent town of Lakeville. The state park encompasses more than 1200 heavily wooded acres ...

                                               

North Taunton, Massachusetts

North Taunton is an unofficial neighborhood in the city of Taunton, Massachusetts. It is not a census-designated area, but is considered by local residents as a municipally designated populated region of the city.

                                               

Oakland, Massachusetts

Oakland is one of five primary historic neighborhoods of the city of Taunton, Massachusetts. Although these neighborhoods are not census-designated areas, they are municipally designated populated regions of the city.

                                               

Taunton Silverplate Company

The Taunton Silverplate Company, also known as the Taunton Silver Plate Company, was an American manufacturing company active in Taunton, Massachusetts from 1853 to 1859. Some form of the company was reconstituted c. 1872-1874 with its showroom a ...

                                               

Watson Pond State Park

Watson Pond State Park is a public recreation area occupying ten acres on the east side of Watson Pond in the northern portion of the city of Taunton, Massachusetts. The state park comprises a 300-foot swimming beach, picnic area, bathhouse and p ...

                                               

Weir Village, Massachusetts

Weir Village is a village of the city of Taunton in Bristol County, Massachusetts, located about one mile south of the city center on the banks of the Taunton River, near the point where it becomes tidal. The village takes its name from fishing w ...

                                               

Central Square Historic District (Waltham, Massachusetts)

The Central Square Historic District is a historic district encompassing the central town common of the city of Waltham, Massachusetts, and several commercial buildings facing the common or in its immediate vicinity. The common is bounded by Cart ...

                                               

Waltham Gas Light Company

The Waltham Gas Light Company was a historic industrial facility located at 2 Cooper Street in Waltham, Massachusetts. It was one of the oldest industrial complexes on the South Side of the city, with brick buildings dating to 1854–55, not long a ...

                                               

Watertown Branch Railroad

The Watertown Branch Railroad was a branch loop of the Fitchburg Railroad that was meant to serve the town of Watertown and the City of Waltham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, as an independent short line railroad; it also serviced the Watertow ...

                                               

Waltham, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs

                                               

Bemis (Watertown, Massachusetts)

Bemis is a neighborhood located in the southwest corner of Watertown, Massachusetts, United States. It is bounded by Main Street to the north, the Charles River to the south, and the City of Waltham to the west. The neighborhood derives its name ...

                                               

Sawins Pond

Sawins Pond is a man-made pond created in the 19th century in Watertown, Massachusetts, USA. Its banks were the site of an upscale hotel, and it was a popular fishing and swimming spot. It was then used by Hood Rubber company, and then BF Goodric ...

                                               

Mittineague

Mittineague is a neighborhood along the Westfield River in Southern West Springfield, Massachusetts. Two smaller parts of the neighborhood are Mittineague Falls, and Mittineague Park.

                                               

Hampton Ponds State Park

Hampton Ponds State Park is a Massachusetts state park located in the northeast corner of the city of Westfield. The park offers water-based activities including swimming, motorized and non-motorized boating, and fishing plus facilities for picni ...

                                               

Mechanic Street Cemetery

The Mechanic Street Cemetery is a historic early cemetery on Mechanic Street in Westfield, Massachusetts. The 4-acre cemetery is the citys oldest, with the oldest documented grave dating to 1683. It was used as a burying ground until the late 19t ...

                                               

Prospect Hill School

The Prospect Hill School is a historic school building at 33 Montgomery Street in Westfield, Massachusetts. The Colonial Revival school was built in 1897 to a design by Augustus W. Holton. The school was built on the site of an earlier wood frame ...

                                               

Sanford Whip Factory

The Sanford Whip Company is a historic factory located at 330 Elm Street in Westfield, Massachusetts. Built in 1883, it was owned and operated by one of the whip-making business that led Westfield to become widely known as "Whip City". The buildi ...

                                               

United States Whip Company Complex

The United States Whip Company Complex or "United States Line Company Complex" is a historic factory located in Westfield, Massachusetts. It was owned and operated by one of the whip-making businesses that led Westfield to become widely known as ...

                                               

Westfield Center Historic District

The Westfield Center Historic District is a historic district encompassing 157 acres of the civic, commercial, and industrial heart of Westfield, Massachusetts. It represents a major expansion of the Westfield Center Commercial Historic District, ...

                                               

Westfield Whip Manufacturing Company

Westfield Whip Manufacturing Company is a historic factory at 360 Elm Street in Westfield, Massachusetts. Built about 1887, it is the best preserved of Westfields extant whip factory buildings. It is also home to the last surviving business of th ...

                                               

Central Square Historic District (Weymouth, Massachusetts)

The Central Square Historic District is a historic district encompassing an area in Weymouth, Massachusetts, which was historically significant in the pre-factory period of shoe manufacturing. It is centered at the intersection of Middle and Broa ...

                                               

Fogg Building

The Fogg Building is a historic commercial building at 100–110 Pleasant Street and 6–10 Columbian Street in Weymouth, Massachusetts. The 3-1/2 story masonry building was designed by J. Williams Beal, and built in 1887 for local businessman John F ...

                                               

Fore River Generating Station

The Fore River Generating Station is a power plant operated by Calpine Corporation since 2014 alongside Weymouth Fore River in Weymouth, Massachusetts. It operates two combustion turbines, two heat recovery steam generators and one steam turbine. ...

                                               

Front Street Historic District (Weymouth, Massachusetts)

The Front Historic District is a predominantly residential historic district in Weymouth, Massachusetts. From the 18th to the 20th century, the area encompassed by this district was one of the more fashionable and desirable neighborhoods adjacent ...

                                               

Sea Street Historic District

The Sea Street Historic District encompasses a portion of North Weymouth, Massachusetts that encapsulates 300 years of history in the town. The district is centered on a triangular area bounded by North Street, Bridge Street, and Sea Street, with ...

                                               

SouthField, Massachusetts (development)

Some disadvantages include the lack of standardization, relative newness of the tool, the perceived support of an urban agenda, and possible gentrification. Until form-based codes become a more common practice across Massachusetts, inexperienced ...

                                               

United States Post Office–Weymouth Landing

The US Post Office-Weymouth Landing is a historic post office building at 103 Washington Street in Weymouth, Massachusetts. The single story stone building was built in 1941, and is locally distinctive as a rare construction in granite. The basic ...

                                               

Weymouth Back River Reservation

Weymouth Back River Reservation is a protected coastal reservation in Hingham and Weymouth, Massachusetts. It contains parks on the west and east sides of the northern end of Weymouth Back River. On the west side in Weymouth, Abigail Adams Park i ...

                                               

Weymouth Civic District

The Weymouth Civic District is a historic district encompassing the main civic area in Weymouth, Massachusetts. It is anchored by the 1928 Town Hall, which is a slightly reduced-scale replica of the Old State House in Boston, and the Legion Field ...

                                               

Weymouth Meeting House Historic District

The Weymouth Meeting House Historic District encompasses one of the oldest sections of Weymouth, Massachusetts. This area, centered on a cluster of properties near Church, East, Green, North, and Norton Streets, includes the citys oldest cemetery ...

                                               

Weymouth Wildcats (MIAA)

                                               

Buildings and structures in Weymouth, Massachusetts

                                               

Aberjona River

The Aberjona River is a 9.3-mile-long, heavily urbanized river in the northwestern suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts. The name is from the Natick language and means "junction or confluence". The river rises in Reading, flows roughly south through ...

                                               

Massachusetts Route 38

Route 38 is a state highway in the U.S. state of Massachusetts, traveling 26.5 miles from Route 28 in Somerville north via Lowell to the New Hampshire state line in Dracut, where it continues as New Hampshire Route 38 in Pelham, New Hampshire. Al ...

                                               

Neighborhoods in Worcester, Massachusetts

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