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1960 in Massachusetts, Aviation accidents and incidents in 1960, Airliner accidents and incidents caused by bird strikes, Airliner accidents and incidents in Massachusetts, Eastern Air Lines accidents and incidents, Accidents and incidents involving the Lockheed L-188 Electra, History of Boston, Massachusetts, Logan International Airport, Hidden categories:, Articles lacking in-text citations from July 2011, All articles lacking in-text citations, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsou...
The Town of Winthrop is a city in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 17,497 at the 2010 census. Winthrop is an ocean-side suburban community in Greater Boston situated at the north entrance to Boston Harbor, close to Logan International Airport. It is located on a peninsula, 1.6 square miles (4.2 km2) in area, connected to Revere by a narrow isthmus and to East Boston by a bridge over the harbor inlet to the Belle Isle Marsh Reservation. Settled in 1630, Winthrop is...
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The Winthrop Center- Metcalf Square Historic District encompasses the historic center of the city of Winthrop, Massachusetts. Although the area was settled early in Massachusetts history (c. 1637), the Winthrop peninsula remained sparsely populated until the 19th century. Its central area did not begin significant development until there was some industrial development in the first half of the 19th century, and accelerated with the arrival of the railroad later in the 19th century. It is centere...
 
1923 establishments in Massachusetts, Airfields of the United States Army Air Forces in Massachusetts, Airports in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Boston, Massachusetts, Tourism in Boston, Massachusetts, Transportation in Boston, Massachusetts, Logan International Airport, Massachusetts Port Authority, Airports established in 1923, Hidden categories:, CS1 errors: dates, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from February 2013, Pages with citations la...Logan International Airport (officially Lt. General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport) (IATA: BOS, ICAO: KBOS, FAA LID: BOS) is an international airport located in the East Boston neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, United States, (and partly in the town of Winthrop, Massachusetts). It covers 2,384 acres (965 ha), has six runways, and employs an estimated 16,000 people. Logan is the largest airport in New England and 18th busiest airport in the United States, with 31.6 million total...
Winthrop Shore Drive is a historic parkway in Winthrop, Massachusetts. The mile-long parkway runs through the Winthrop Beach Reservation, and is administered by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). The parkway is one of a series of ocean parkways (and the second one built) that make up a network of parkways connecting major open spaces in the Greater Boston area. Both the parkway and reservation were designed in the mid-1890s by Charles Eliot for the Metropolitan Pa...
Fort Banks Mortar Battery is a historic mortar battery on Kennedy Drive in Winthrop, Massachusetts that was part of the old Fort Banks. It was originally built in 1892 and named for the Civil War general and congressman Nathaniel P. Banks It consisted of four concrete pits, arranged in a square, each of which had four 12 inch (300mm) diameter mortars which could throw an 800 pound (350 kg) shell 9 miles (14 km) to sea. The combination was known as an Abbott Quad. Because a mortar throws a shell ...
 
Fort Winthrop was a defensive fortification in Boston Harbor named after John Winthrop, the early governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. It was built on Governors Island, which had been granted to Winthrop in 1632. His family owned the island until 1808, when the United States acquired land in the center of the island for the construction of a fort. Between 1808 and 1812 the government built an earthen fort on that land. In 1834 the government acquired the rest of the island, and construction...
Delta Air Lines Flight 723 was a Douglas DC-9 twin-engine jetliner, operating as a scheduled domestic passenger flight from Burlington, Vermont to Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts, with an intermediate stop in Manchester, New Hampshire. On July 31, 1973 at 11:08AM, while on an ILS instrument approach into Logan in low clouds and fog, the aircraft descended below the glidepath, struck a seawall with a landing gear and crashed, killing all but two of its 89 occupants. Both surv...

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1960 establishments in Massachusetts, 1969 disestablishments in Massachusetts, Army Air Defense Command, Closed facilities of the United States Air Force, Federal Aviation Administration, SAGE sites, Military facilities in Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, All pages needing factual verification, Wikipedia articles needing factual verification from March 2013, Wikipedia articles needing factual verification from May 2013, Geobox usage tracking for building type, All articles with unsourced state...The Fort Heath radar station was a USAF radar site and US Army Missile Master installation of the joint-use site system (JUSS) for North American Air Defense. The Cold War radar station had 2 USAF AN- FPS-6B height finding radars, 2 Army AN- FPS-6A height finders, an FAA ARSR-1 radar emplaced 1958-9, and an Army nuclear bunker. Arctic Towers were the pedestals for the FPS antennas and radomes, while the Air Route Surveillance Radar was on a 50-foot extension temperate tower adjacent to the Feder...
Winthrop, Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, Closed facilities of the United States Coast Guard, Closed military facilities of the United States in the United States, Closed facilities of the United States Navy, Demolished military facilities of the United States, Closed installations of the United States Army, Forts in Massachusetts, Sea fort, United States Army command posts, World War I sites in the United States, World War II sites in the United States,... 
 Grovers Cliff is a shoreline escarpment at Broad Sound near the Port of Boston and by extension, the landform extending into the sea (headland) that is the Highlands section of Winthrop, Massachusetts. The headland is at the north end of Winthrop Beach and is noted for an 1847 survey station, WWI & II fortifications and a Cold War nuclear bunker used by the US Army, USCG, USN, USAF, and FAA as Fort Heath, the eponym of the landforms current apartment complex. A northern area of the headland is t...
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Suffolk Downs is a thoroughbred race track in East Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The track opened in 1935 after being built by Joseph A. Tomasello for a cost of $2 million. A number of famous horses have since raced at this track including Seabiscuit, Whirlaway, Funny Cide, and Cigar. The Massachusetts Handicap or MassCap is an annual event held at the track, but has not been held since 2008. The track is a 1-mile (1.6 km) dirt oval with a seven-furlong inner turf track. Non-race functio...
Deer Island is a peninsula in Boston, Massachusetts. Since 1996 it is part of the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area. Although still an island by name, Deer Island has been connected to the mainland since the former Shirley Gut channel, which once separated the island from the town of Winthrop, was filled in by the 1938 New England hurricane. Today Deer Island is the location of the Deer Island Waste Water Treatment Plant, whose 150-foot-tall (46 m) egg-like sludge digesters are majo...
The Ted Williams Tunnel, also known as the Williams Tunnel, is the name of the third highway tunnel under Boston Harbor in Boston, Massachusetts, the Sumner and Callahan Tunnels being the other two. It connects South Boston with Logan International Airport, carrying the final leg of the Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90) under Boston Harbor allowing direct access to Route 1A in East Boston. The tunnel is named after the former Boston Red Sox baseball player and U.S. Marine air corps veteran ...
Airport Station is a rapid transit station on the MBTA Blue Line, located under the interchange between Interstate 90 and Massachusetts Route 1A in East Boston, Massachusetts. It acts as one of two mass transit connections to the nearby Logan International Airport, as well as serving local residents in East Boston. At Airport Station, trains switch from the third rail power used in the East Boston Tunnel to overhead wires used on the surface line to Revere. The original brick station built in 19...

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Fort Independence is a granite star fort that provided harbor defenses for Boston, Massachusetts. Located on Castle Island, Fort Independence is the oldest continuously fortified site of English origin in the United States. The first primitive fortification was placed on the site in 1634 and replaced in 1701 with a more substantial structure known as Castle William. Re-built after it was abandoned by the British during the American Revolution, Castle William was renamed Fort Adams and then Fort ...
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The Battle of Chelsea Creek was the second military engagement of the Boston campaign of the American Revolutionary War. It is also known as the Battle of Noddles Island, Battle of Hog Island and the Battle of the Chelsea Estuary. This battle was fought on May 27 and 28, 1775, on Chelsea Creek and on salt marshes, mudflats, and islands of Boston Harbor, northeast of the Boston peninsula. Most of these areas have since been united with the mainland by land reclamation and are now part of East Bos...
 
The Theodore Lyman School is a historic former school building at 30 Gove Street in the East Boston neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. It is a three story red brick building, designed by Gridley James Fox Bryant. It was built in 1869, and rebuilt after a fire severely damaged it just two years later. The school was named for Bostons fifth mayor, Theodore Lyman (1792-1849), and was a major element of East Bostons development in the mid-19th century. The building was converted into elderly hou...
The Eagle Hill Historic District is a residential historic district roughly bounded by Meridian, Trenton, and White Streets meeting in Prescott Square in the East Boston neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. This part of East Boston was developed roughly between 1834 and 1900, and includes a remarkable concentration of original housing stock. The neighborhood is dense, with a mix of single-family and multiple-family (general two or three-unit) wood frame housing. The preponderance of these buil...
 
Maverick is a subway station on the Blue Line at Maverick Square in East Boston, Massachusetts, USA. It is the easternmost underground station on the Blue Line and a transfer point to various buses. One center island platform provides access to the surface in the middle of Maverick Square. In the station, a track map lined with light bulbs shows the position of the trains on the Blue Line between Bowdoin and Orient Heights. It was one of the last stations to be converted to 6-car train service i...

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Harpoon Brewery is an American brewery, with plants in Boston, Massachusetts and Windsor, Vermont. Founded in 1986, the brewery was the first company to obtain a permit to manufacture and sell alcohol in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in over 25 years. In 2000 it purchased the former Catamount Brewery plant in Windsor VT. Harpoon has played an important part in the rebirth of the microbrewery system in the United States. As of 2013, it was the twelfth-largest craft brewery and 19th-largest ov...
 
Spectacle Island is a 105-acre island in Boston Harbor, situated some 4 miles (6.4 km) offshore of downtown Boston, Massachusetts. It is part of the city of Boston. The island has a varied history, and today is a public park with a marina, visitor center, cafe, lifeguarded swimming beach and five miles of walking trails, forming part of the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area. It is served throughout the year by ferries from Boston, and on weekends and summer weekdays by a shuttle boa...
Long Island Head Light is an historic lighthouse on Long Island in Boston, Massachusetts. The current brick tower is the fourth lighthouse on the island. The light was first established in 1819, largely as a result of a study conducted by the Boston Marine Society, which had built the daybeacon on Nixes Mate 14 years earlier. It was a 20-foot (6.1 m) stone tower known as Inner Harbor Light. It was the second of the four Boston lights�103 years after Boston Light, but ten years before the first...
Chelsea Garden Cemetery is a historic cemetery bounded by Shawmut Street, and Central and Chester Avenues in Chelsea, Massachusetts. The cemetery was established in 1841 to provide the city a burying ground in the then-fashionable rural cemetery style. It has a network of paths which wind over the undulating 3 acres (1.2 ha) of terrain. One of its focal points was originally a man-made pond, located at the lowest point in the cemetery; it was filled in late in the 19th century. The cemetery is e...
  
Revere Beach Station of the MBTA, is a station on the Blue Line, serving the city of Revere, Massachusetts. It was built between 1952 and 1954 as part of the Blue Line extension to Wonderland, on the site of a former Boston, Revere Beach and Lynn Railroad station. True to its name, Revere Beach station is only a block from Revere Beach, a popular summer escape spot for Bostonians. Revere Beach Station is on the part of the Blue Line that uses overhead lines instead of third rail. There was a bus...
Fort Strong is a former U.S. Army Coast Artillery fort that occupied the northerly third of Long Island in Boston harbor. The modernization of the fort during the Endicott period of expansion in U.S. coast defense resulted in the installation of five 10-inch guns (in two batteries), two 4-inch guns, and 10 3-inch guns (two in each of five batteries). Before WW1, a large station for handling submarine mines and an anti-aircraft battery of 3-inch guns were also added to the forts defenses. At its ...
 
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 The Boston Marine Industrial Park is the name for an industrial park which has been created on the Commonwealth Flats in South Boston, Massachusetts. Before its creation, the site was used as the location for the South Boston Naval Annex, the South Boston Army Base, and was used as a general seaport district for many years. Currently, the park is in the process of being redeveloped, and utilizes many of the former military buildings. The Black Falcon Cruise Terminal is also located on the site o...
Boston Harbor, Tunnels in Massachusetts, Transportation in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. Route 1, Interstate 93, Buildings and structures in Boston, Massachusetts, Tunnels completed in 1961, Former toll tunnels in the United States, Former toll roads in Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from April 2009, All articles needing additional references, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from December 2013, Commons category t...The Callahan Tunnel, officially the Lieutenant William F. Callahan Jr. Tunnel is one of four tunnels, and one of three road tunnels, beneath Boston Harbor in Boston, Massachusetts. It carries motor vehicles from the North End to Logan International Airport and Route 1A in East Boston. Ordinarily, this tunnel is only used to carry traffic out of the city, and with the completion of the Big Dig it only collects traffic from I-93 southbound (right after traffic merges from Storrow Drive) and downto...

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The Church of Christ, later the Revere Masonic Temple, is a historic church building at 265 Beach Street in Revere, Massachusetts, United States. The three-story wood frame building achieved its present appearance c. 1888, when it was enlarged and given its Stick and Shingle styling. Its significance lies in its origins, which are as a colonial meetinghouse erected in 1710, whose oaken timber frame, still part of this building, is one of the oldest such surviving structures. The meetinghouse, wh...
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Chelsea is a passenger rail station on the MBTA Commuter Rail Newburyport- Rockport Line, located near Bellingham Square slightly north of downtown Chelsea, Massachusetts. It is one of the more lightly-used stops on the line, with 179 daily boardings by a 2013 count; most residents commuting to downtown Boston use bus routes including the high-frequency 111 instead. Unlike all other stations on the line save limited-service River Works and Prides Crossing, Chelsea is not handicapped accessible. ...
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The Revere City Hall and Police Station, located at 281 Broadway and 23 Pleasant Street, are the municipal heart of the city of Revere, Massachusetts. City Hall, a distinctive landmark on one of the citys major roads, is a 2.5 story brick Colonial Revival building that was built in 1897-98 to a design by Greenleaf and Cobb. The former police station, also a Colonial Revival brick building, was built in 1909 to a design by Hurd and Gore, and is situated just east of City Hall on the same parcel o...

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  Eastern Air Lines Flight 375, registration N5533, was a Lockheed L-188 Electra aircraft that crashed on takeoff from Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts on 4 October 1960. 62 of 72 on board were killed in the accident; ten survived, nine with serious injuries.  

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