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The Tully Trail is a 22-mile (35 km) scenic loop trail located in the towns of Royalston, Orange, and Warwick, Massachusetts near the New Hampshire border. The route crosses several ledges with sweeping views of the surrounding rural countryside and passes three waterfalls (Royalston Falls, Spirit Falls, and Doanes Falls). Tully Mountain, Jacobs Hill, and Tully Lake are also located on the trail. The Tully Trail coincides briefly with the 110-mile (180 km) Metacomet-Monadnock Trail. The route fo...
The Old Athol High School building is an historic school building at 494 School Street in Athol, Massachusetts. The H-shaped two story brick Art Deco building was constructed in several stages between 1915 and 1937. The building originated with a central portion that was built in 1892, two sides of the H were added in 1915. In 1937 the original 1892 central portion was demolished and replaced by the present central section. The building served as the towns high school until 1957, when it was use...
 
 
 
Orange Center Historic District is a historic district encompassing the historic civic, commercial, and industrial heart of Orange, Massachusetts in the United States. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. Orange experienced a building boom in the years after the American Civil War, during which time a great deal of Victorian style housing stock was built, as were factories by its major employers. Institutional buildings such as the town hall and the Universalist Chu...

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Otter River State Forest is a Massachusetts state forest located near the village of Baldwinville in the town of Templeton. The forest encompasses the land surrounding the junction of the Otter and Millers rivers. Habitats include freshwater marsh, northern hardwood stands, and pine groves planted by the Civilian Conservation Corps to reforest former farmlands. The forest was the first property acquired by the State Forest Commission in 1915. It is managed by the Department of Conservation and R...
 
Phillipston Center Historic District encompasses the historic village center of Phillipston, Massachusetts. The town was first settled in 1751 on land grants made in the 1730s, and was incorporated as a separate town in the 1770s. The surviving village center is not far from the location of the first settlement, which eventually came to include a tavern. After incorporation the center developed around what is now the junction of the Baldwinville, Petersham, and Templeton Roads, although this too...
Erving State Forest, located just north of the Millers River in the towns of Erving, Warwick, and Orange, Massachusetts, covers a central area roughly 2½ by 2½ miles wide in central Massachusetts north of the Quabbin Reservoir and also includes several nearby satellite property fragments. The property is largely wooded and hilly with an extensive network of park roads and hiking trails, the majority of which were created by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Laurel Lake, located in the center of...
  
The Whitaker-Clary House is a historic house on Elm Street in New Salem, Massachusetts. It currently houses the museum of the Swift River Historical Society. The house was built in about 1816 by William Whitaker, was a lawyer, shopkeeper, and member of the local militia during the War of 1812. This house served as his home and law office. It was purchased form the Whitakers by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clary, and it remained in the Clary family until it was taken by the Massachusetts Metropolitan Dist...
The Richmond Community Church is a historic church building on Fitzwilliam Road (New Hampshire Route 119) in Richmond, New Hampshire, USA. The brick Greek Revival structure was built in 1838 by a Unitarian congregation, which sold a half interest in the building to the First Baptist Society before the building was completed. It is the earliest in a series of brick churches built at the time in New Hampshire in the Connecticut River valley. It is distinguished from earlier Federal style churches ...
The Richmond Public Library of Richmond, New Hampshire, is located in Richmond School House No. 6, a small wood frame building west of the junction of New Hampshire Route 32 and New Hampshire Route 119 in the center of the town. The one-room schoolhouse was built in 1850 and converted to library use in 1962. Alterations at that time and in 1974 include the removal of a belfry, the addition of an extension to the west (which included a below-grade fireproof vault for archives), and of the pedimen...
 Narragansett Regional High School (NRHS) is a US public high school serving students from the towns of Templeton, Massachusetts and Phillipston, Massachusetts. The principal is John Jasinski, who has been the principal since 2015. Jasinski, previously principal until 2008, has returned as interim principal for the 2015-2016 school year. The vice principal is Thomas Miller, who has been the vice principal since 2011. Since July 2015, the superintendent of Narragansett Regional School District has...

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Richmond Town Hall is the town hall of Richmond, New Hampshire. It is located on the east side of New Hampshire Route 32, about one mile north of its junction with New Hampshire Route 119. Built in 1780, and originally used for both civic and religious purposes, it is one of the oldest meeting houses in the state. It is a plain white clapboarded structure measuring 30 feet (9.1 m) wide and 40 feet (12 m) long. Its religious trappings (pews and pulpit) were removed in 1884, at which time the rear...
The Searles Hill Cemetery is a historic cemetery near the junction of Searles Hill Road and Old Queen Lake Road in Phillipston, Massachusetts. Established in 1777 on land donated by an early settler for the purpose in 1759, it is the towns oldest cemetery. The 3.3-acre (1.3 ha) cemetery lies on the east side of Searles Hill Road, and is lined by stone walls. The wall facing the road is of cut granite, about 4 feet (1.2 m) high, and is set off from the road by a row of mature maple trees. Most of...
The Veterans Memorial Hall, formerly the First Universalist Society Meeting House, is a historic community building on New Hampshire Route 32 in Richmond, New Hampshire. The 1-1- 2 story clapboarded wood-frame building was built in 1837 by members of the local Universalist congregation. Richmond was the birthplace of Hosea Ballou, a theologian influential in the development of Universalism; he left the town before this building was built. As originally built, the meeting house had a small tower ...
The Murdock School is an historic school building on Murdock Avenue in Winchendon, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story Romanesque brick building was built in 1887 with funds donated by Captain Ephraim Murdock, Jr., whose father had previously donated the Winchendon Academy building to the town. The building is the most elaborate school building in the town. Roughly square in layout with a projecting front gable section, its most prominent feature is the tall clock tower and the Romanesque round arch en...
The Winchendon Village Historic District encompasses the 19th-century commercial center of Winchendon, Massachusetts. It extends along Front and School Streets from School Square to Spring Street, and continues north on Central Street as far as Summer Street. This area was developed primarily because of industrialization that took place along Millers River beginning in the late 18th century and extending into the 1830s, and then expanded further with the arrival of the railroad in the area in th...
Winchendon is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 10,300 at the 2010 census. The town includes the villages of Waterville and Winchendon Springs (also known as Spring Village). A census-designated place, also named Winchendon, is defined within the town for statistical purposes. The Winchendon State Forest, a 174.5 acres (70.62 hectares) parcel, is located within the township as is Otter River State Forest; both recreational areas are managed by the Massa...
 

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The Brooks Woodland Preserve is a 558-acre (226 ha) open space preserve located in Petersham, Massachusetts. The property, named after industrialist and dipolomat James Willson Brooks, is managed by the land conservation non-profit organization The Trustees of Reservations and offers 13 miles (21 km) of trails and primitive woods roads available for hiking, horseback riding, and cross country skiing. Second growth forest, overgrown farm fields, granite ledges, historic stone walls, creeks, and r...
 
 
The Third Fitzwilliam Meetinghouse is a historic meeting house on the village green in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire. It presently serves as Fitzwilliam Town Hall. The two story white clapboard structure was built in 1817, replacing the second meetinghouse, which stood on the same site and was destroyed by fire. It is a rectangular structure with a projecting Greek Revival temple front with four columns and a triangular pediment. A four-stage tower rises above the front facade, with a clock (given ...
The Wendell Town Common Historic District encompasses the historic heart of the small town of Wendell, Massachusetts. Its town common, laid out in 1774, is a rectangular plot of land, about 1 acre (0.40 ha), bounded on the west by Locks Village Road and Depot Road, is roughly bisected by Morse Village Road, and is bounded on its north, east, and south by Center Road. The sides of the roads opposite the common are lined with institutional buildings and houses that are predominantly in the Greek R...
The New Salem Common Historic District encompasses the historic town center of New Salem, Massachusetts. It includes the town common, as well as properties along Soutn Main Street from Lovers Lane in the south to its junction with West Main Street, Wendell Road, and Millenium Road in the north. The area was originally laid out when the town was settled in 1737, which historically included the town animal pound, training ground for militia, churches, and other civic buildings. Most buildings in t...
Farley Ledges, 1,067 feet (325 m) is a bluff knob located on the southeast side of Northfield Mountain in eastern Franklin County, Massachusetts. The ledge is notable for its extensive rock climbing ascents; it rises 700 feet (210 m) above the small village of Farley (part of Erving, Massachusetts) and has been used by rock climbers since the 1930s. The Western Massachusetts Climbers Coalition has been active in purchasing land to preserve access to the mountain; 2007 purchases included a parcel...
  
 
 
 

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The Winchester Memorial Church, also known as the New Hampshire Conservatory of Music and the Arts, is a historic civic building in the center of Winchester, New Hampshire, United States. The brick building was designed by S. Winthrop St. Clair and built in 1912 to replace a meeting house that was destroyed by fire. The meeting house it replaced was the location of the Winchester Profession, a key development in the history of Unitarian Universalism. It is a well-proportioned Colonial Revival st...
 
The Northfield Main Street Historic District is a historic district located along the full length of Main Street from Millers Brook to Pauchaug Brook in Northfield, Massachusetts. The district encompasses the part of Main Street that was laid out when Northfield was first established in the 17th century. The area has retained many of its traditional lot divisions, and features civic and residential construction from the 18th to the 20th centuries. The district was listed on the National Register...
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The Miss Toy Town Diner, also known as the Blue Moon Diner, Berniers Diner, Worcester Lunch Car Company #815, and Skips Blue Moon Diner, is an historic diner at 102 Main Street in Gardner, Massachusetts. The diner was built by the Worcester Lunch Car Company in 1949, and was originally located in Winchendon, Massachusetts, before being moved to Gardner in 1954. It has a wood frame and the typical barrel-shaped roof. The diner, which has seen a succession of owners, was restored in 1984, and is t...

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  Tully Lake, of Royalston, Massachusetts, is a 1,262-acre (511 ha) reservoir and flood control project constructed by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) in 1949 for 1.6 million dollars. The project prevents flooding of the greater Connecticut River and Millers River valleys and provides a variety of recreational opportunities, including a campground operated by The Trustees of Reservations. Tully Lake is an important link in the 22-mile (35 km) Tully Trail.  

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