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North Conway is a census-designated place (CDP) in eastern Carroll County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 2,349 at the 2010 census. A year-round resort area, North Conway is the largest village within the town of Conway, which is bounded on the east by the Maine state line. The White Mountain National Forest is to the west and north. Conway is home to Cathedral Ledge (popular with climbers), Echo Lake State Park, and Mount Cranmore. North Conway is known for its large number of...
 
The North Sandwich Meeting House is a historic Quaker meeting house at the northwest junction of Quaker-Whiteface Road and Brown Hill Road in Sandwich, New Hampshire. Built in 1881, it is the best-preserved 19th-century Quaker meeting house in the county. It is a single-story wood frame building, with a gable roof and simple pilastered cornerboards. The interior consists of a vestibule area, which leads into the main hall and has stairs leading up to a balcony. The only significant exterior chan...

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The North Jay Grange Store is an historic Grange Hall and store on East Dixfield Road (Maine State Route 17) in the village of North Jay in Jay, Maine. It was built in 1895 by North Jay Grange No. 10 to replace its hall on the same site which had burned down earlier that year. Part of the building was later set aside for a Grange store. Closed in 1976, the Grange Store claimed to be the last of its type in the nation. On October 23, 1974, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places...
Old North Cemetery is a historic cemetery on Maplewood Avenue in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is a roughly 1.5-acre (0.61 ha) parcel of land north of the city center on the shore of North Mill Pond. Its earliest burials are dated to 1751, although it was not formally established as a cemetery until 1753. It is the largest of the citys 18th century cemeteries, and is remarkable for the relatively distant locations some of the stonecarvers came from whose work appears in it. The cemetery was list...
 
The North Holderness Freewill Baptist Church-Holderness Historical Society Building (Third Free Will Baptist Church of Holderness) is an historic church building in Holderness, New Hampshire. The Free Will Baptist church was built by John Jewell and John S. Drew in 1860 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. The building was moved in 1994 from its original site on Owl Brook Road to Route 3 east of the center of Holderness by the Holderness Historic Society, who now ow...
 
The North Hampton Town Hall is located at 231 Atlantic Avenue in North Hampton, New Hampshire. It is a single-story white clapboarded building with a two-stage tower whose belfry contains a Revere bell cast in 1815. The towers pyramidal roof and clock were added in 1920. The transitional Federal-Greek Revival structure was built in 1844 to serve the towns municipal needs, a function it continues to serve today. In addition to the bell, which originally hung in the towns second meetinghouse, the ...
 
The North School, also known locally as the Brick School, is a historic one-room schoolhouse at 63 Amesbury Street in Kensington, New Hampshire. Built in 1842, it was the only brick schoolhouse built in the town, and is one of its four surviving 19th-century schools. Of those, it is the best-preserved, and is used as a local history museum. It served the towns educational purposes between 1842 and 1956. It has seen primarily modest alterations since its construction, most notably the addition of...
 
 
 
 
 

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The North Weare Schoolhouse is a historic school building in Weare, New Hampshire. It is located on Old Concord Stage Road, just east of its junction with New Hampshire Route 114. The 1-1- 2 story brick building was built about 1856, and is stylistically distinctive vernacular mixing of Federal, Greek Revival, and Italianate styling. It is the most architecturally distinctive of Weares 19th-century schoolhouses. It was used as a public school until 1952, and then served as a grange hall until th...
The North Andover Center Historic District encompasses the historic center of North Andover, Massachusetts, which was also the heart of neighboring Andover until the two towns split in 1855. The district is roughly bounded by Osgood, Pleasant, Stevens, Johnson, and Andover Streets and Wood Lane. It includes 75 properties, including two that were previously listed: the Parson Barnard House, and the Kittredge Mansion, the latter of which is built on land that included the towns original muster gro...
The North Shore is a region in the U.S. state of Massachusetts, loosely defined as the coastal area between Boston and New Hampshire. The region is made up both of a rocky coastline, dotted with marshes and wetlands, as well as several beaches and natural harbors. The North Shore is an important historical, cultural, and economic region of Massachusetts. It contains the cities of Salem, known world-wide as the site of the Salem Witch Trials; and Gloucester, site of Sebastian Jungers 1997 creativ...
North Beverly is a passenger rail station on MBTA Commuter Rails Newburyport- Rockport Line. It is handicap accessible with raised handicap platforms at the north end of the station. The outbound platform is longer than the inbound platform, and extends all the way to Dodge Street. There are asphalt crossings for passengers between the two platforms. This station is older and has not been retrofitted with an audio- visual train warning system like some of its newer counterparts. The parking lot ...
 
North Shore Community College is a comprehensive community college offering over 80 associate degree and certificate programs to approximately 16,000 students a year from the 26 cities and towns along the coastal region from north metropolitan Boston to Cape Ann. The college has campuses in Danvers, Lynn, Beverly and Middleton Massachusetts. The college offers transfer programs as well as lifelong learning opportunities and workforce development training to businesses and individuals, cultural e...
North Shore Technical High School was a public application-type high school located in the city of Middleton in the U.S. state of Massachusetts under the North Shore Regional Vocational School District. It served ninth through twelfth grade students from 16 communities all on the North Shore. They included Beverly, Boxford, Danvers, Essex, Gloucester, Hamilton, Lynnfield, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Marblehead, Middleton, Nahant, Rockport, Salem, Swampscott, Topsfield, and Wenham. NST was the home to...
The North Street Fire Station is a historic fire station at 142 North Street on the north side of Salem, Massachusetts, and one of the oldest active service fire stations in the United States. The brick Queen Anne structure was built in 1881 to a design by local architect William Dennis, and is the oldest active fire station in the city. It was the second brick fire station built by the city, its design similar to the first one, built for ward 5 in 1880 and destroyed in the Great Salem Fire of 1...
 
 

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The House at 509 North Avenue in Wakefield, Massachusetts is a small Greek Revival cottage. The single story wood frame house was built c. 1848 and moved to its present location c. 1869. The house is three bays wide and one deep, and exhibits very simple Greek Revival styling, including a boxed cornice and simple door and window surrounds. This house was probably built on land subdivided from holdings of ice companies working on nearby Lake Quannapowitt. Its earliest documented resident was list...
North Pack Monadnock or North Pack Monadnock Mountain is a 2,276-foot (694 m) monadnock in south-central New Hampshire, at the northern end of the Wapack Range of mountains. It lies within Greenfield and Temple, New Hampshire; the 22-mile (35 km) Wapack Trail traverses the mountain. Ledges on the summit offer long views north to the White Mountains and west to Mount Monadnock. Pack Monadnock Mountain is directly to the south along the Wapack ridgeline. The upper elevations of the mountain are wi...
 
 
North Cambridge, also known as Area 11, is a neighborhood of Cambridge, Massachusetts bounded by Porter Square and the Fitchburg Line railroad tracks on the south, the city of Somerville on the northeast, Alewife Brook and the town of Arlington on the northwest, and the town of Belmont on the west. In 2005 it had a population of 10,642 residents living in 4,699 households, and the average income was $44,784. In 2010, the racial demographics for the neighborhood were 57.6% White, 20% Black, 15.1%...
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 North Point Park is an 8.5-acre (3.4 ha) park located on the Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts, created as mitigation for the taking of planned parkland for the construction of the Big Dig. The park opened in December 2007. It is part of the lost half mile of the Charles River, between the 1910 Charles River Dam, now the site of the Museum of Science and the new Charles River Dam completed in 1978. The park opening was delayed by several years on account of a number of logistical and bur...
The North Lexington Street Historic District is a residential historic district at 508�536 North Lexington Street in Waltham, Massachusetts. It consists of a cluster of four houses and their associated outbuildings, built around the turn of the 20th century, and unusual for its state of cohesion and preservation given the busy nature of Lexington Street. Three houses (508 and 520, and 536 Lexington Street) are Colonial Revival in styling, and 528 Lexington is an 1873 Second Empire house. The h...
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Public high schools in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Newton, Massachusetts, Educational institutions established in 1859, Schools in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Bay State Conference schools, 1859 establishments in Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Pages using duplicate arguments in template calls, CS1 errors: dates, Articles needing additional references from December 2012, All articles needing additional references, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsour...Newton North High School, formerly Newton High School, is the larger and longer-established of two public high schools in Newton, Massachusetts, with about 1,800 students, the other being Newton South High School. It is located in the village of Newtonville. The school recently underwent controversial reconstruction of its facility, making it one of the largest and most expensive high schools ever built in the United States, with a price tag of nearly US$200 million. The new building opened for ...
 
North Leominster is a passenger rail station on the MBTA Commuter Rail Fitchburg Line. It is located at 34 Nashua Street, east of Main Street in Leominster, Massachusetts. The station, which is fully handicapped accessible, has two side platforms to serve the lines two tracks. (The outbound platform is only able to be reached by crossing the tracks from the inbound platform). There is a small freight yard adjacent to the parking lot and mainline tracks on the south end of the inbound platform. A...
 
 
North Scituate is a passenger rail station on the MBTA Commuter Rail Greenbush Line, located in the North Scituate village of Scituate, Massachusetts. The station, located at 777 Country Way, is the primary station for Scituate, while nearby Greenbush primarily serves as a park-and-ride for adjacent communities. With 532 inbound riders on an average weekday, North Scituate is the second-busiest station on the line. North Scituate is 27.2 miles (43.8 km) from South Station; a one-way ride is arou...
 
North Central Correctional Institution is a medium- minimum security prison located in Gardner, MA. Within the facility are eighteen buildings, with a perimeter consisting of two chain-linked fences topped with razor wire. The perimeter is manned by three towers and foot patrols of K9 teams. It is under the jurisdiction of the Massachusetts Department of Correction. NCCI is considered a low medium due to the interior design of the facility. It is a converted state hospital facility with many dor...
Romanesque Revival architecture in Massachusetts, Railway stations opened in 1894, Railway stations on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Stations along Old Colony Railroad lines, National Register of Historic Places in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Defunct railway stations in Massachusetts, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, Massachusetts railway station stubs, Hidden categories:, ...The North Abington Depot is an historic former passenger and freight railroad depot at 101 Railroad Street in North Abington, Massachusetts. It is located across from the intersection of Harrison Avenue and Railroad Street, along what is today the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authoritys Plymouth- Kingston Line, and is now home to the Abington Depot restaurant. The single-story Richardsonian Romanesque granite-and-brownstone building was designed by Bradford Lee Gilbert and built in 1893 by t...
 
 North Truro is a village in the town of Truro, Massachusetts, United States. Due to its proximity to urbanized Provincetown, it is somewhat more densely developed than the rest of the town, with houses and small resort facilities lining the two main thoroughfares, U.S. Route 6 and MA Route 6A. It is home to Truro Vineyards, one of two operating wineries (the other is in Falmouth) on Cape Cod. North Truro is located at 42°03�35�N 70°08�31�W 42.05972°N 70.14194°W 42.05972; -70...
 
 

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  North Windham is a census-designated place (CDP) within the town of Windham in Cumberland County, Maine, United States. The population was 4,904 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Portland�South Portland�Biddeford, Maine Metropolitan Statistical Area.  

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