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City of Palms Park is a stadium in Fort Myers, Florida primarily used for baseball, although the City of Fort Myers uses the venue for the occasional concert. It served as the spring training home of the Boston Red Sox from its opening in 1993 to 2011. Former Boston Red Sox left fielder Mike Greenwell is from Fort Myers, and was instrumental in bringing his team to the city for spring training. The stadium was built in 1992 for that purpose and holds 8,000 people. It was also the home of the Red...
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Smith & Wollensky is the name of several high-end American steakhouses, with locations in New York, Philadelphia, Houston, Columbus, Las Vegas, Miami, Chicago, Boston and Washington D.C.. The first Smith and Wollensky steakhouse was founded in 1977 by Alan Stillman, best known for creating T.G.I. Fridays, and Ben Benson, in a distinctive building on 49th Street and 3rd Avenue (once occupied by Manny Wolfs Steakhouse). Many of the restaurants have a wooden exterior with its trademark green and wh...
Missouri State Historic Sites, American Civil War battlefields, Protected areas established in 2012, African Americans in the Civil War, Missouri in the American Civil War, Operations North of Boston Mountains, Battles of the Trans-Mississippi Theater of the American Civil War, Union victories of the American Civil War, Protected areas of Bates County, Missouri, Conflicts in 1862, 1862 in Missouri, 2012 establishments in Missouri, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Geobox usage trackin... The Battle of Island Mound State Historic Site is located in a rural area of Bates County, Missouri. The site was established in 2012 to preserve the site of the American Civil War battle that took place in 1862 between Union forces, mainly the 1st Regiment Kansas Volunteer Infantry (Colored) with supporting elements of the 5th Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalry, and Confederate guerrillas along with elements of the pro-Confederate Missouri State Guard. The battle was significant as the first tim...
 
 
 
 
 Hudson and Boston Railroad was a railroad that spanned across Southern and Central Columbia County, New York. It was chartered in 1855, acquired by the Boston and Albany Railroad in 1870, only to face its gradual demise beginning in 1959. Despite its name, it never actually reached Boston, but it did serve as an important connecting line for the Boston and Albany Railroad, which converted it into the B&A Hudson Branch upon acquisition. The line formed a cutoff between the New York Central and Hu...
 The Mellenville Railroad Station, now known as Mellenville Grange, is a historic train station and Grange located in Mellenville, Columbia County, New York. It was built about 1900 by the Boston and Albany Railroad on their Hudson Branch. It is a one story brick building with a slate covered hipped roof. It features heavy wood and scroll-sawn brackets that support the roof overhang. Also on the property is a contributing privy. The building ceased to be used as a station in the 1930s, when it wa...

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Former railway stations in the United States, Railway stations opened in 1887, Railway stations closed in 1972, Railway stations closed in 1976, Stations along New York Central Railroad lines, Stations along Boston and Albany Railroad lines, Rutland Railway, Union stations in the United States, Railway stations on the National Register of Historic Places in New York, Buildings and structures in Columbia County, New York, Richardsonian Romanesque architecture in New York, Hidden categories:, Coor...Union Station served the residents of Chatham, New York from 1887 to 1972 as a passenger station and until 1976 as a freight station. It was the final stop for Harlem Line trains. It had originally served trains of the Boston and Albany Railroad, then the New York Central Railroad and the Rutland Railway. It served as a junction for service that radiated to Rensselaer, New York on the northwest, Hudson, New York to the southwest, northeast in southwestern Vermont and Pittsfield, Massachusetts an...
The Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI) is recognized internationally as a premiere summer training program for aspiring high school-age musicians and is the only program of its kind associated with one of the world�s great symphony orchestras. Under the guidance of distinguished professionals and in the presence of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), young people devote themselves to an artistic experience without parallel. The high artistic standards, rich culture of learning, and...
Newport County is one of five counties located in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. As of the 2010 census, the population was 82,888. It is also one of the seven regions of Rhode Island. The county was created in 1703. Like all of the counties in Rhode Island, Newport County no longer has any governmental functions (other than as court administrative and sheriff corrections boundaries). All of those functions in Rhode Island are now carried out either by the state government, or by the cities and ...
 
 
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The Pittsfield and North Adams Railroad was a railroad based in northwestern Massachusetts. It was chartered in 1842 and was purchased by the Western Railroad of Massachusetts before construction was finished in 1846, then acquired by the Boston and Albany Railroad in 1870, only to face a gradual demise between the 1960s and 1990. It ran 18.539 mi (29.836 km) from North Adams Junction in Pittsfield to North Adams, where it connected to the Troy and Greenfield Railroad, an affiliate of the Fitchb...
 
 

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Railway tunnels on the National Register of Historic Places, Railroad tunnels in Massachusetts, Boston and Maine Railroad, Buildings and structures on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Pan Am Railways, Electric railways in Massachusetts, Florida, Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in North Adams, Massachusetts, Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks, Transportation in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Tunnels completed in 1875, National Register of Historic Places in B...The Hoosac Tunnel (also called Hoosic or Hoosick Tunnel) is a 4.75-mile (7.64 km) active railroad tunnel in western Massachusetts that passes through the Hoosac Range, an extension of Vermonts Green Mountains. Work began in 1851^ with an estimated cost of $2 million and ended in 1875 with a total cost of $21 million. At its completion, the tunnel was the worlds second-longest, after the 8.5-mile (13.7 km) Mont Cenis Tunnel through the French Alps. It was the longest tunnel in North America until...
The Boston Aquarial and Zoological Gardens (October 1860 � June 1862) in Boston, Massachusetts, featured a public aquarium and zoo. It was located in the Financial District on Central Court (off Washington Street). On display were hundreds of specimens of the finny tribe there to be seen sporting in their native element, in all their variety of hue and shape as well as other animals. James Ambrose Cutting and Henry D. Butler ran the business, derived from an earlier incarnation known as the Bo...
 Barnums Aquarial Gardens (June 1862 � February 1863) in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, was a public aquarium, zoo, and performance space located on Washington Street in the Financial District. P.T. Barnum bought the Boston Aquarial and Zoological Gardens in 1862, remodelled the space, changed the name of the business, and re-opened the collections to the public in June. In contrast to its earlier incarnation, the place became more of a show-hall than a serious scientific establishment. Madame Lan...
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Historic district contributing properties in Massachusetts, Amtrak stations in Massachusetts, Bus stations in Massachusetts, Union stations in the United States, Stations along Boston and Albany Railroad lines, Stations along New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad lines, Stations along Boston and Maine Railroad lines, Stations along New York and New England Railroad lines, Railway stations opened in 1911, Transit centers in the United States, Buildings and structures in Worcester, Massachuset...
Charles River, Rivers of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, Rivers of Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Rivers of Norfolk County, Massachusetts, Rivers of Worcester County, Massachusetts, Rowing venues, Landforms of Boston, Massachusetts, Watersheds of Boston Harbor, Rivers of Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from July 2013, Articles with dead external links from April 2013, Coordinates on Wikidata, Geobox usage tracking for r...
DCI World Championship host venues, Defunct National Football League venues, 1971 establishments in Massachusetts, 1994 FIFA World Cup stadiums, 2002 disestablishments in Massachusetts, American football venues in Massachusetts, Boston College Eagles football venues, Boston Minutemen, Buildings and structures in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, Defunct college football venues, Defunct Major League Soccer stadiums, Defunct soccer venues in the United States, Demolished sports venues in Massachusett...Foxboro Stadium (originally Schaefer Stadium and later Sullivan Stadium) was an outdoor stadium established in 1971, located in Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA. It was a regular stadium for the NFL (football) and MLS (soccer), hosting the New England Patriots and New England Revolution respectively. It was the site of several games in the 1994 FIFA World Cup and the 1999 FIFA Womens World Cup. The stadium was demolished in 2002 and replaced by Gillette Stadium and the Patriot Place shopping cente...
 
Southborough is a passenger rail station on MBTA Commuter Rails Framingham- Worcester Line. It is officially located at 87 Southville Road in Southborough, Massachusetts, however the parking lot is on the opposite side of the tracks off of River Street (MA 85) south of the 11 foot high railroad bridge. Access to the station from Southville Road is available from pedestrian walkways, one across from the intersection of Southville Road & Parker Street, and the other from the embankment on the sout...
 
 
 
Framingham, Massachusetts, Railway stations on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Railway stations opened in 1885, Railway stations opened in 1835, Railway stations opened in 2001, Stations along Boston and Albany Railroad lines, Richardsonian Romanesque architecture in Massachusetts, Henry Hobson Richardson buildings, Amtrak stations in Massachusetts, MBTA Commuter Rail stations in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Middlesex County,...Framingham Railroad Station is a historic Boston and Albany Railroad station located in downtown Framingham, Massachusetts. Designed by noted American architect H. H. Richardson, it was one of the last of the railroad stations he designed in the northeastern United States to be built. The station, built in 1884-85, served as a major stop on the B&A Main Line as well as a hub for branch lines to Milford, Mansfield, Fitchburg, and Lowell. After years of deterioration, the station was listed on the...

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Natick Center is a passenger rail station in downtown Natick, Massachusetts, with service on the MBTA Commuter Rail Framingham- Worcester Line. The station, located below grade in a wide cut adjacent to North Main Street (MA-27), has two low-level side platforms serving the lines two tracks. Natick Center station is not handicapped accessible; the low platforms do not support level boarding, and passage to street level is via staircases only. The busiest non-accessible station on the system, it ...
The Southwest Corridor or Southwest Expressway was a project designed to bring an eight-lane highway into the City of Boston from a direction southwesterly of downtown. It was supposed to connect with Interstate 95 (I-95) at Route 128. As originally designed, it would have followed the right of way of the former Penn Central- New Haven Railroad mainline (current Amtrak Northeast Corridor) running from Readville, north through Roslindale, Forest Hills and Jamaica Plain, where it would have met th...
WEEI is a sports radio station in Boston, Massachusetts, that broadcasts on 850 kHz from a transmitter in Needham, Massachusetts, and is owned by Entercom Communications and operated by The Walt Disney Company, ESPN Radios majority owner, under a local marketing agreement. Studios are located in Brighton, Massachusetts. The station currently broadcasts programming from ESPN Radio; until October 4, 2012, the station aired a highly rated locally produced sports talk format, which is now heard on W...
 
 
Art museums in Vermont, Stations along Boston and Maine Railroad lines, Central Vermont Railway, Union stations in the United States, Brattleboro, Vermont, Railway stations on the National Register of Historic Places in Vermont, Museums in Windham County, Vermont, Railway stations opened in 1915, Railway stations closed in 1972, Art museums established in 1972, 1972 establishments in the United States, United States art museum and gallery stubs, Northeastern United States museum stubs, Vermont b...The Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, a non-collecting museum, was founded in 1972 and is located in the former Union Station in downtown Brattleboro, Vermont. New exhibits by regional and international artists are shown each season. The aim of BMAC is to present art and ideas in ways that inspire, educate, and engage people of all ages. Some of BMAC�s notable exhibiting artists have included Jennifer Bartlett, Chuck Close, Janet Fish, Wolf Kahn, Chris Van Allsburg and Andy Warhol. It also fu...
Readville is a passenger rail station in the Hyde Park section of Boston, Massachusetts which serves multiple lines on the MBTA Commuter Rail system. The station provides access to the Fairmount Line and Franklin Line on separate platforms. Readville is the terminus of the Fairmount Line, although a small number of rush hour trains continue through the station to and from the Franklin Line. The station has platforms in place on the Northeast Corridor, but they are not used by Providence- Stought...
Historic district contributing properties in Massachusetts, Bridges completed in 1849, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Bridges in Boston, Massachusetts, Bridges over the Neponset River, Bridges in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, Milton, Massachusetts, Road bridges in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Boston, Massachusetts, 1849 establishments in Massachusetts, Hidden c...Pauls Bridge is a stone bridge carrying the Neponset Valley Parkway over the Neponset River. It was built in 1849 by Thomas Hollis, Jr., of Milton, Massachusetts, but was later reconstructed using the original materials. It replaced the earlier Hubbards Bridge (built prior to 1759), and a subsequent Pauls Bridge (so named at its 1807 reconstruction). Its current span is approximately 88 feet (27 m). The name Paul can be attributed to the owner of the adjacent land on the Readville side, then par...

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Stony Brook Reservation is a 475-acre (192 ha) woodland park in Boston and Dedham, Massachusetts, a unit of the Metropolitan Park System of Greater Boston, part of the state park system of Massachusetts. Located in the southwest of Boston, it extends from the West Roxbury neighborhood into the Hyde Park neighborhood, and includes 14.2 acres (5.7 ha) in the town of Dedham. It was established in 1894 as one of the five original reservations created by the Metropolitan Park Commission. Elevations i...
 
CBS network affiliates, Television stations in Boston, Massachusetts, Television stations in Massachusetts, Television stations in New Hampshire, Decades (TV network) affiliates, CBS Corporation television stations, Network O&O, Television channels and stations established in 1948, Westinghouse Broadcasting, Boston Red Sox broadcasters, Major League Baseball over-the-air television broadcasters, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from October 2014, All articles needin... WBZ-TV CBS 4 Boston, MA & New England channel 4 is a CBS owned-and-operated television station located in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The station is owned by the CBS Television Stations subsidiary of CBS Corporation and it is part of a duopoly with MyNetworkTV affiliate WSBK-TV (channel 38), The two stations share studios and office facilities located on Soldiers Field Road in the Allston-Brighton section of Boston; WBZ-TVs transmitter is located in Needham, Massachusetts on a tower si...
 WGBX-TV, virtual channel 44 (UHF digital channel 43), is a non-commercial educational PBS member television station located in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The station is owned by the WGBH Educational Foundation, and is a sister station to fellow Boston area PBS member station WGBH-TV (channel 2), Springfield, Massachusetts-based PBS station WGBY-TV (channel 57) and Boston area public radio stations WGBH (FM) and WCRB, and WCAI radio (and satellites WZAI and WNAN) in Cape Cod. WGBXs stu...
PBS member stations, Culture of Boston, Massachusetts, Peabody Award winners, Cultural history of Boston, Massachusetts, Television channels and stations established in 1955, ATSC-M- H stations, Television stations in Boston, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Articles needing additional references from December 2012, All articles needing additional references, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from December 2012, Vague or ambiguous time from June 2013, C...
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The Stony Brook Reservation Parkways are a group of historic parkways in Boston and Dedham, Massachusetts. They provide access to and within the Stony Brook Reservation, a Massachusetts state park. The roadways and the park are administered by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, a successor to the Metropolitan District Commission, which oversaw their construction. The roads consist of the Dedham, Enneking, and Turtle Pond Parkways and West Boundary Road. Two roads within...
 
Universities and colleges in Boston, Massachusetts, New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from May 2015, Articles lacking reliable references from April 2013, All articles lacking reliable references, Articles with broken or outdated citations from May 2015, All articles with broken or outdated citations, Articles covered by WikiProject Wikify from May 2015, Articles needing footnote reformatt... William James College, formerly Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP), is a graduate college of psychology founded in 1974 in the Boston, Massachusetts neighborhood of West Roxbury. The school relocated to the neighboring town of Newton in 2012. With nearly 700 students, William James College offers seventeen graduate academic degree programs and one academic graduate certificate across four departments: Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Organizational and Leadership P...
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  City of Palms Park is a stadium in Fort Myers, Florida primarily used for baseball, although the City of Fort Myers uses the venue for the occasional concert. It served as the spring training home of the Boston Red Sox from its opening in 1993 to 2011. Former Boston Red Sox left fielder Mike Greenwell is from Fort Myers, and was instrumental in bringing his team to the city for spring training. The stadium was built in 1992 for that purpose and holds 8,000 people. It was also the home of the Red Sox Rookie team, the Gulf Coast League Red Sox, from April through June. The stadiums name is taken from the citys official nickname.  

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