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Sandwich (CDP), Massachusetts

Sandwich is a village and census-designated place in the town of Sandwich in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA. The population was 2.962 for the 2010 census, of the total 20.675 people in Sandwich.

Spring Hill Historic District (Sandwich, Massachusetts)

In the spring hill historic district, sandwich, Massachusetts, is in a rural location and in a residential area, reflecting the areas long history. The district includes the house Wing Fort, one of the oldest wood frame houses in North America, a ...

Town Hall Square Historic District

Town hall square historic district is a historic district encompassing the center of sandwich, Massachusetts. The original 54-acre district was visually centered on sandwich town hall, a trip to the pond, and the reconstructed Dexter grist Mill. ...

Saugus River

River SAUGUS river in Massachusetts. River, 13 km, 21 km, drains a watershed of approximately 47 square miles 120 km 2, and passes through Wakefield, Lynnfield, SAUGUS, and Lynn as it meanders East and South from its source in the lake opening ho ...

Men of Kent Cemetery

Men of Kent cemetery is a historic cemetery on meetinghouse lane in Scituate, Massachusetts. The cemetery dates back to the earliest days of settlement Scituates estimated, was established in 1628. Its the towns old cemetery, with graves of some ...

North Scituate, Massachusetts

North Scituate is a census-designated place in the town of Scituate in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA. The population was 5.077 at the 2010 census. It was formerly known as Gannet corner.

Williams-Barker House

Williams-Barker house is a historic building on the street barkers in Scituate, Massachusetts. The core of the house is believed to date back to 1634 when it was built by John Williams, who emigrated from England. Date of construction of the buil ...

Martin House (Seekonk, Massachusetts)

Martin house is a historic house at 940 County street in Seekonk, Massachusetts. The house is frame with clapboard on the outside. Its two and a half floors, plus 18-foot square monitor above. It has an entrance porch with two Doric columns. Ther ...

Route 15 (Rhode Island–Massachusetts)

Route 15 is a state road in the U.S. in the States of Rhode island and Massachusetts. On the track 8.3 km from highway 44 in North Providence, ri Pawtucket East through the state of the state where the highway continues for 0.23 miles to route 15 ...

Route 114A (Rhode Island–Massachusetts)

Route 114A is an alternate state route to Rhode island route 114, located along the Massachusetts state Rhode island border in East Providence, Rhode island and Seekonk, Massachusetts. The road begins and ends in East Providence in Rhode island o ...

Seekonk Meadows Park

Seekonk meadows Park is a Park located in Seekonk, Massachusetts. It is located in the Central part of the city, on an eight-acre former landfill surrounding the Public library Seekonk. After its official opening on 23 June 2012, he became the fi ...

General John and Mary Fellows Farmstead

General John and Mary fellows farmstead is a historic farm in 1601 Barnum road in Sheffield, Massachusetts. Its structure, built in 1760-ies, was home to American revolutionary war General John fellows. The building was listed on the national reg ...

Sheffield Center Historic District

Sheffield center historic district encompasses the historic center of the city of Sheffield, Massachusetts. The village extends linearly along the United States route 7, between maple Avenue and Berkshire school, and in the cities of major civil ...

Sheffield Plain Historic District

Sheffield simple historic district encompasses an 18th-century city centre Sheffield, Massachusetts. The linear district extends South approximately 0.5 mile from the intersection of United States route 7 and to prepare the way, where originally ...

Edwards Plain–Dowses Corner Historic District

Edwards plain–Dowses corner historic district is a predominantly residential historic district encompasses areas where light industrial activities took place from the late 18th century to the early 20th century. It stretches along main street Nor ...

Sherborn Center Historic District

Sherborn center historic district is a historic district encompasses the civic heart and traditional center of sherborn, Massachusetts. Its borders consist of farm, Sawin, Washington, and North main streets, Zion lane, and across the CSX railroad ...

Hebert Candies

Hebert candies is an American brand of confectionery belongs to the American gourmet group, LLC. Candy Hebert, with headquarters in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts in a stone Tudor mansion highway 20. In "candy castle" is the only company in the retail ...

Massachusetts Route 70

Route 70 is 20.78 km-long North–South highway in Worcester County, Massachusetts. Its southern Terminus on route 9 in Worcester and its Northern end at route 2 in Lancaster. Along the way she crosses interstate 290 in Worcester.

Shrewsbury crew

Program the crew of Shrewsbury high school in Shrewsbury Massachusetts, was founded in 1937 and is one of the oldest programs of academic rowing in the United States. Program for women was launched in 1975. Their first coach was Ken burns who was ...

Brayton Point Power Station

At Brighton station the power was coal-fired power plant located in Somerset, Massachusetts. It was the largest coal plant in New England, and was the last coal plant in Massachusetts to provide power to the regional power grid. She was owned by ...

Woodbridge Street Historic District

On Woodbridge street historic district is a predominantly residential historic district in South Hadley, Massachusetts. It extends from the intersection of Woodbridge Ave and silver street to the North in about Woodbridge terrace. This area was o ...

Center Cemetery (Southampton, Massachusetts)

The cemetery is a historic cemetery in Southampton, Massachusetts. On a 6.5-acre cemetery located in the Western part of Massachusettss 10th route approximately 0.25 miles North from the centre of Southampton. It was the cities first cemetery, wi ...

Southampton Center Historic District

Southampton center historic district encompasses the densely built center of the otherwise predominantly rural town of Southampton, Massachusetts. This district extends from the former road to the South, along high Street and College highway on m ...

Centre Village Historic District

The village center historic district encompasses the historic Central business district, Southbridge, Massachusetts. The district includes properties on main street, between Elm street and Goddard. The Central square is a fairly well preserved ol ...

Cordaville, Massachusetts

Cordaville is a census-designated place in the town of Southborough in Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA. The population was to 2.650 at the 2010 census.

Southborough station (MBTA)

Southborough is a Commuter Rail station on the mbta commuter rail Framingham / Worcester line, located near the intersection of Cordaville and River street in the section of Cordaville Southborough, Massachusetts. Parking located on river street ...

Browning Pond

Browning pond is located in Oakham and Spencer, Massachusetts. This 89-acre great pond forms the headwaters of the river seven miles. It is part of the Chicopee river watershed.

Spencer Town Center Historic District

Spencer town center historic district encompasses the historic downtown Spencer, Massachusetts. When first included in the national register of historic places in 1986, the area covers about 250 acres, on main street between high and North street ...

Sawyer Homestead (Sterling, Massachusetts)

The carpenters manor was an old house on maple street 108 in sterling, Massachusetts. The estimated date of construction 1756, the house was one of the oldest surviving structures in sterling, before it was destroyed by an arsonist in 2007. He wa ...

Stephen Hastings House

Stephen Hastings house is a historic building in 20 Squareshire road in sterling, Massachusetts. Built in 1794, this 2.5-storey house is considered to be the earliest brick house built in what is now sterling. The brick is laid in Flemish bond on ...

Sterling Center Historic District

Sterling center historic district is a historic district encompassing the Central town of sterling, Massachusetts. The area is roughly limited to the collections of Hill and main, maple and Kendall Hill, Boulding, Worcester and Princeton street. ...

Elm–Maple–South Streets Historic District

Elm–maple–South streets historic district is a historic district covers part of the historic downtown STOCKBRIDGE, Massachusetts. The most famous parts of the city of STOCKBRIDGE is located within the main street historic district, which borders ...

Main Street Historic District (Stockbridge, Massachusetts)

Main street historic district is a historic district covers the picturesque and historic main street in STOCKBRIDGE, Massachusetts. The citys main street is widely recognizable due to its use of Norman Rockwell in his 1967 painting, main street, ...

Shadow Brook Farm Historic District

Shadow brook farm historic district is located in STOCKBRIDGE, Massachusetts. It is a historical district which includes six converted farm buildings relating to the former manor Shadowbrook destroyed by fire in 1956. Designed by architect H. Nei ...

Stockbridge Bowl

STOCKBRIDGE bowl, also known as lake Mahkeenac, is a 372 acre artificially removed the reservoir, located 4 km North from the village of STOCKBRIDGE, Massachusetts. On the North side of the lake, with stunning views to the South, Tanglewood, the ...

First Congregational Church (Stoneham, Massachusetts)

First Congregational Church is a historic Church located on the street 1 in Stoneham, Massachusetts. Built in 1840, it is an excellent local example of Greek Revival architecture and is a landmark in the centre of the city. He was listed on the n ...

Spot Pond Archeological District

On the spot pond archeological district is a historic archaeological site near the pond in Stoneham, Massachusetts. It is located in the Virginia woods reservation middlesex Fells, a state Park. The area includes areas along spot pond brook that ...

Crow Island Airport

Crow island airport is a private airport in stow, Massachusetts, USA with about 2.300 feet of runway, which is popular with "pilots of different aircraft, including trikes, ultralights, vintage taildraggers, seaplanes, gliders, powered paraglider ...

Minute Man Air Field

Minute drive on the air field is a public-use airport located at 302 Boxboro road, stow, Massachusetts, USA. The airport is privately owned by minute man airfield, Inc. Started at 1700 ft grass landing strip known as Erikson field in 1963 by loca ...

Tenney Homestead

In tenney HOMESTEAD-a historic first period house at 156 Taylor road in stow, Massachusetts. This 2-1 / 2-story frame house dates from the first quarter of the 18th century, and has two distinctive characteristics. First, a large Central chimney, ...

Walcott-Whitney House

Walcott-Whitney house is a historic building of the late first period house at 137 tuttle lane in stow, Massachusetts. It-2-1 / 2 Story frame house, five bays wide, with a gable roof, siding, paneling, and a large Central chimney. In leanto exten ...

Fiskdale, Massachusetts

Fiskdale is a census-designated place in the town of sturbridge in Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA. The population was 2.583 according to the census of 2010.

Walker Pond

The pond got its name from settler Rachael "Walker" Smith, a local resident who raised twelve Italian there children. In 1894, in the town of Sturbridge voted to rename the pond lake Tantousque, from an Indian word meaning "located between two br ...

Moses Brewer House

The oldest portion of this 2-1 / 2 Story timber-framed house was built in 1720-1730 C., and apparently moved to its present location from its original location in Wayland somewhere in the 18th century. It probably began as a "cell" house of five ...

Sunderland Center Historic District

Sunderland center historic district encompasses the historic center of the farming town of Sunderland, Massachusetts, on the plains of the Connecticut river. Multi-acre district runs along North and South Main street, roughly from the old Amherst ...

Edward Putnam House

A two-story, wood-frame, post-and-beam house is situated on top of a hill Putnam. It was built 1710-1800 Edward Putman, who came to Sutton in 1737 and established a 100-acre farm there. Edward Putnam was a cousin of Rufus Putnam and great-uncle, ...

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