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Gray Gables station

The station was first built as a stop for President Grover Clevelands nearby summer home of Gray Gables. The station was moved to the site of the Aptucxet Trading Post Museum in Bourne in 1977.

                                               

Massachusetts Military Reservation Wind Project

The Massachusetts Military Reservation Wind Project is located in Barnstable County, Massachusetts on the Massachusetts Military Reservation, also known as the Joint Base Cape Cod. This Wind Project currently consists of one wind turbine, built i ...

                                               

Monument Beach, Massachusetts

Monument Beach is a census-designated place in the town of Bourne in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 2.790 at the 2010 census.

                                               

Pocasset, Massachusetts

The village of Pocasset is a census-designated place in the town of Bourne in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States, located on Buzzards Bay. The population was 2.851 at the 2010 census.

                                               

Sagamore Beach, Massachusetts

Sagamore Beach is a village of Bourne, Massachusetts fronting Cape Cod Bay and the east end of the Cape Cod Canal. It occupies the northern half of the Sagamore census-designated place. Along with Buzzards Bay and Bournedale, it is one of only th ...

                                               

Sagamore, Massachusetts

Sagamore is a census-designated place in the town of Bourne in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 3.623 at the 2010 census.

                                               

Pocasset, Massachusetts

                                               

Boxford Village Historic District

The Boxford Village Historic District encompasses the historic early center of Boxford, Massachusetts, which was established in 1638 and incorporated in 1685. The district runs from near Towne Road in the west, along Main Street and Topsfield Roa ...

                                               

Camp Guild

                                               

Howe Village Historic District

The Howe Village Historic District is a historic district in Boxford, Massachusetts. It encompasses an area in and around Massachusetts Route 97, just east of Interstate 95 and south of the junction of those two roads, and includes most of the pr ...

                                               

Willowdale State Forest

Willowdale State Forest is a Massachusetts state forest located in the towns of Hamilton, Topsfield, and Boxford. The area is managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation. The forests eastern portion sits on the Ipswich ...

                                               

Houses in Boxford, Massachusetts

                                               

Massachusetts Route 39

Route 39 is a 8.15-mile-long southwest-northeast route through the towns of Harwich, Brewster and Orleans, on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. It begins and ends at Route 28, acting as a bypass route for those not wishing to follow the Highway through Ha ...

                                               

Massachusetts Route 124

Route 124 is a 6.800-mile-long north–south state highway located in the towns of Harwich and Brewster in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. Its southern terminus is at Route 28 and Route 39 in Harwich and its northern terminus is at Route 6A in Bre ...

                                               

Massachusetts Route 137

Massachusetts Route 137 is a 6.833-mile-long north–south state route on Cape Cod in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. The route begins at an intersection with Route 28 in the town of Chatham. The route serves as a connector between Chatham, the to ...

                                               

Brewster (CDP), Massachusetts

Brewster is a census-designated place in the town of Brewster in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 2.000 at the 2010 census, out of 9.820 in the town of Brewster as a whole.

                                               

Brewster Old Kings Highway Historic District

The Brewster Old Kings Highway Historic District is a historic district encompassing much of Massachusetts Route 6A and portions of some adjacent roads in Brewster, Massachusetts, which was known as the Old Kings Highway during colonial times. Th ...

                                               

Brewster Whitecaps

The Brewster Whitecaps are a collegiate summer baseball team based in Brewster, Massachusetts. The team is a member of the Cape Cod Baseball League and plays in the leagues Eastern Division. The Whitecaps play their home games at Stony Brook Fiel ...

                                               

Cape Cod Rail Trail

The Cape Cod Trail is a 25.5-mile paved trail located on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. The trail route passes through the towns of Yarmouth, Dennis, Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, Eastham, and Wellfleet. It connects to the 6-plus mile Old Colony Trail ...

                                               

Stony Brook–Factory Village Historic District

The Stony Brook–Factory Village Historic District is a historic district encompassing one of largest and best-preserved industrial villages in Barnstable County, Massachusetts. It is centered on Stony Brook, a stream that flows north into Cape Co ...

                                               

Brimfield Center Historic District

The Brimfield Center Historic District is a historic district encompassing the historic center of Brimfield, Massachusetts. The district is centered on the town common, and includes properties radiating out from that center on Main Street, Brookf ...

                                               

Beacon Street Historic District

The Beacon Street Historic District is a historic district running most of the length of Beacon Street in Brookline, Massachusetts, roughly from Saint Marys Road, near Kenmore Square, to Ayr Road near Cleveland Circle. It includes a small number ...

                                               

Brookline Village

Brookline Village is one of the major commercial and retail centers of the town of Brookline, Massachusetts. Located just north of Massachusetts Route 9 and west of the Muddy River, it is the historic center of the town and includes its major civ ...

                                               

Cypress–Emerson Historic District

The Cypress–Emerson Historic District encompasses a residential area on the west side of Brookline Village in Brookline, Massachusetts, United States. Centered on Waverly and Cypress Streets, and including Emerson Park, this area was developed in ...

                                               

Fisher Hill Historic District

The Fisher Hill Historic District encompasses a residential area in central Brookline, Massachusetts. The area was subdivided and built out beginning in the 1880s, with landscaping design by Frederick Law Olmsted and John Charles Olmsted. The dis ...

                                               

Green Hill Historic District

The Green Hill Historic District encompasses historical cross-section of residential housing in Brookline, Massachusetts, dating from the 18th century into the mid-20th century. The district includes properties on Warren, Cottage, and Fairmount S ...

                                               

Linden Park (Massachusetts)

Linden Park is a small municipal park at Linden Place and Linden Street in Brookline, Massachusetts, USA. The triangular park was created in 1843 as one of several parks in the Lindens subdivision of the area by Thomas Aspinwall Davis, which was ...

                                               

Linden Square

Linden Square is a small municipal park at Linden Place in Brookline, Massachusetts. Roughly rectangular in shape with one curved side, Linden Square was laid out in 1844 by Alexander Wadsworth as part of the subdivision of the area by Thomas Asp ...

                                               

Longwood Historic District (Massachusetts)

The Longwood Historic District is roughly bounded by Chapel, St. Marys, Monmouth, and Kent Sts. in Brookline, Massachusetts. The area was developed in the mid-19th century by David Sears and Amos Adams Lawrence as a fashionable residential area, ...

                                               

Sargents Pond

Sargents Pond is a man-made 3-acre pond on Sargent Road in Brookline, Massachusetts. The pond was created by Charles Sprague Sargent in the late 1870s as a centerpiece of his familys extensive Holm Lea estate. Sargents estate has since been subdi ...

                                               

White Place Historic District (Massachusetts)

The White Place Historic District is a historic district on White Place between Washington Street and Davis Path in Brookline, Massachusetts. White Place contains the towns highest concentration of vernacular 19th-century architecture, with 36 ho ...

                                               

Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts

Shelburne Falls is a historic village in the towns of Shelburne and Buckland in Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States. The village is a census-designated place with a population of 1.731 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Springfield, ...

                                               

Meeting House of the Second Parish in Woburn

The United Church of Christ, Congregational is a historic Congregational church at 6 Lexington Street in Burlington, Massachusetts. Built in 1732, it is one of the oldest religious structures in Massachusetts, and one of a small number of pre-19t ...

                                               

George Robbins House

The George Robbins House is a historic First Period house at 523 Curve Street in Carlisle, Massachusetts. Although construction of the oldest portions of this house generally ascribed to George Robbins in c. 1660–70, stylistic analysis of its con ...

                                               

Zeb Spaulding House

The Zeb Spaulding House is a historic First Period house at 1044 Lowell Road in Carlisle, Massachusetts. It is a 2-1/2 story timber frame structure, five bays wide, with a side gable roof, large central chimney, and clapboard siding. It was built ...

                                               

Annasnappet Pond Site

The Annasnappet Pond Site was excavated, beginning in 1978 by the Public Archaeology Lab, when the Massachusetts Highway Department began the process of relocating Route 44 through Plympton, Plymouth, Carver and Kingston. Because the department w ...

                                               

Charlemont Village Historic District

The Charlemont Village Historic District is a historic district on Massachusetts Route 2 between South Street and Harmony Lane, encompassing much of the village center of Charlemont, Massachusetts. The districts properties represent the growth of ...

                                               

Brick Block

The Brick Block is a historic commercial building on Main Street and Chatham Bars Road in Chatham, Massachusetts. Built in 1914 by a master mason, it is a distinctive local landmark in downtown Chatham, and a showcase of the bricklaying art. The ...

                                               

Chatham (CDP), Massachusetts

Chatham is a census-designated place in the town of Chatham in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 1.421 at the 2010 census, out of 6.125 in the entire town of Chatham.

                                               

Chatham Anglers

The Chatham Anglers, more commonly referred to as the Chatham As and formerly the Chatham Athletics, are a collegiate summer baseball team based in Chatham, Massachusetts. The team is a member of the Cape Cod Baseball League and plays in the leag ...

                                               

Chatham Port, Massachusetts

                                               

Half Way House (Chatham, Massachusetts)

The Half Way House is a historic shelter for shipwrecked mariners on Andrew Harding Lane in Chatham, Massachusetts. This small shed-like structure was probably built in the late 19th century, and originally stood opposite the Old Harbor U.S. Life ...

                                               

North Chatham, Massachusetts

                                               

Old Village Historic District (Chatham, Massachusetts)

The Old Village Historic District is predominantly residential historic district encompassing the old village center of Chatham, Massachusetts. The Old Village occupies the southeast corner of the town where it is framed by Main Street and Holway ...

                                               

Veterans Field

Veterans Field is a baseball venue in Chatham, Massachusetts, home to the Chatham Anglers of the Cape Cod Baseball League. The ballpark is located in downtown Chatham along Massachusetts Route 28. Nestled within a natural bowl of embankments that ...

                                               

West Chatham, Massachusetts

West Chatham is a census-designated place in the town of Chatham in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 1.410 at the 2010 census.

                                               

Chelmsford Center Historic District

The Chelmsford Center Historic District is a historic district encompassing the historic heart of the town of Chelmsford, Massachusetts. It extends from the towns central square in the east, where the intersection of Billerica Road and Chelmsford ...

                                               

Heart Pond (Massachusetts)

Heart Pond is a great pond located in the southwestern corner of Chelmsford, Massachusetts. The pond borders the town of Westford, Massachusetts. The pond has a surface area of 91 acres and a maximum depth of 20 ft. The pond is a warm water fishe ...

                                               

North Chelmsford, Massachusetts

North Chelmsford is an unincorporated village in the town of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, United States. Although North Chelmsford has its own zip code, library, post office, fire station, water district, and local calling area, it is run by the sa ...

                                               

Farnams Village Historic District

Farnams Village Historic District is a historic district in Cheshire, Massachusetts. It encompasses the historic limestone mining community known as Farnams Village and the associated surviving industrial and mining infrastructure associated with ...

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