List of crossings of the Charles River

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"Charles River Bridge" redirects here; see below for the historic structures or Charles River Bridge v. Warren Bridge for the lawsuit.

This is a list of the crossings of the Charles River from its mouth at Boston Harbor upstream to its source at Echo Lake. All locations are in Massachusetts.

Crossings[edit]

Crossing Carries Location Built Length Notes Coordinates Image
ferry (historical) Boston to Charlestown 1630 Operated by various private individuals under colonial sanction, then Harvard College in 1640. Obsoleted by Charles River Bridge, at the same location.[1]
Charlestown Bridge (Charles River Bridge) Route 99 1786 (Charles River Bridge), 1900 331.9 meters (1,089 ft)[2] The MBTA Orange Line used this bridge, before the upstream tunnel was completed in 1975. 42°22′08″N 71°03′36″W / 42.36889°N 71.06000°W / 42.36889; -71.06000 (Charlestown Bridge)
Charles River Dam pedestrians and bicycles 1978 Fish ladder, pumps and three locks for navigation. Constructed on the site of the Warren Bridge. 42°22′07″N 71°03′41.10″W / 42.36861°N 71.0614167°W / 42.36861; -71.0614167 (Charles River locks)
Warren Bridge 1828 Demolished in 1962.
Charlestown High Bridge I-93 / US 1 1956 Demolished in 2004.
Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge I-93 / US 1 2003 442.2 meters (1,451 ft)[2] 42°22′08″N 71°03′49″W / 42.36889°N 71.06361°W / 42.36889; -71.06361 (Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge) Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge
MBTA Orange Line Haymarket North Extension (tunnel) MBTA Orange Line 1975
Leverett Circle Connector Bridge Boston to Cambridge 1999 253 meters (830 ft)[2] 42°22′08″N 71°03′52″W / 42.36889°N 71.06444°W / 42.36889; -71.06444 (Leverett Circle Connector Bridge)
MBTA Commuter Rail Charles River Bridge (aka "bascule bridge") MBTA Commuter Rail at North Station 1931 42°22′8.29″N 71°03′54.96″W / 42.3689694°N 71.0652667°W / 42.3689694; -71.0652667 (MBTA Commuter Rail)
Boston and Lowell Railroad Charles River Bridge (removed) 1835 first movable railroad bridge in the United States [3]
MBTA Green Line Lechmere Viaduct MBTA Green Line 1912 42°22′2.32″N 71°04′8.29″W / 42.3673111°N 71.0689694°W / 42.3673111; -71.0689694 (MBTA Green Line)
Charles River Dam Bridge Route 28 1910 25 meters (82 ft)[2] 42°22′01.66″N 71°04′08.87″W / 42.3671278°N 71.0691306°W / 42.3671278; -71.0691306 (Charles River Dam Bridge)
Longfellow Bridge Route 3
MBTA Red Line
1793 (West Boston Bridge), 1907 650.7 meters (2,135 ft)[2] MBTA Red Line in median; built in 1907 as the Cambridge Bridge, renamed for Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in 1927. 42°21′41″N 71°04′32″W / 42.36139°N 71.07556°W / 42.36139; -71.07556 (Longfellow Bridge)
Harvard Bridge Route 2A (Massachusetts Avenue) 1891, 1909 (rebuilt), 1924 (overhaul), 1990 (rebuilt) 659.9 meters (2,165 ft)[2] Longest bridge over the Charles. Northern terminus at MIT, not Harvard University. 42°21′15″N 71°05′28″W / 42.35417°N 71.09111°W / 42.35417; -71.09111 (Harvard Bridge)
Boston University Bridge (built as the Cottage Farm Bridge) Route 2 1928 renamed in 1949 42°21′09.12″N 71°06′38.26″W / 42.3525333°N 71.1106278°W / 42.3525333; -71.1106278 (Boston University Bridge)
Grand Junction Railroad bridge MBTA Grand Junction Branch crosses the river under the Boston University Bridge 42°21′09.69″N 71°06′36.72″W / 42.3526917°N 71.1102000°W / 42.3526917; -71.1102000 (Grand Junction Railroad bridge)
River Street Bridge 1926 42°21′41″N 71°07′00″W / 42.36139°N 71.11667°W / 42.36139; -71.11667 (River Street Bridge)
Western Avenue Bridge 1924 85.3 meters (280 ft)[2] 42°21′51.25″N 71°07′01.13″W / 42.3642361°N 71.1169806°W / 42.3642361; -71.1169806 (Western Avenue Bridge)
John W. Weeks Bridge pedestrians 1926 the only pedestrian bridge across the basin, with a Harvard campus steam tunnel inside 42°22′6.63″N 71°07′05.26″W / 42.3685083°N 71.1181278°W / 42.3685083; -71.1181278 (John W. Weeks Bridge)
ferry (historical) at the foot of Dunster Street in Cambridge, at canal/creek;[4] 1635 Obsoleted by Great Bridge[5]
Anderson Memorial Bridge (Great Bridge) N. Harvard Street/JFK Street 1662 (Great Bridge), 1862 (rebuilt), 1912 (Anderson Memorial Bridge) 70.7 meters (232 ft)[2] a memorial to Nicholas Longworth Anderson donated by his son Larz Anderson 42°22′08″N 71°07′23″W / 42.36889°N 71.12306°W / 42.36889; -71.12306 (Anderson Memorial Bridge)
Eliot Bridge 1950 91.4 meters (300 ft)[2] a memorial to Charles W. Eliot, Harvard president 1869–1909, and his son Charles Eliot, landscape architect for the Metropolitan Park Commission 42°22′18″N 71°07′59″W / 42.37167°N 71.13306°W / 42.37167; -71.13306 (Eliot Bridge) The Eliot Bridge, spanning the Charles River along Pleasant Street in South Natick, was originally a footbridge built by the Praying Indians in the late 1600s to connect their village with their pastureland.[citation needed]
Arsenal Street Bridge Brighton to Watertown 1925 61.9 meters (203 ft)[2] 42°21′42″N 71°08′50″W / 42.36167°N 71.14722°W / 42.36167; -71.14722 (Arsenal Street Bridge)
North Beacon Street Bridge US 20 1917 62.5 meters (205 ft)[2] 42°21′32″N 71°09′42″W / 42.35889°N 71.16167°W / 42.35889; -71.16167 (North Beacon Street Bridge)
Watertown Bridge Route 16 (Galen Street) Watertown about 1907 27.4 meters (90 ft)[2] 42°21′53″N 71°11′08″W / 42.36472°N 71.18556°W / 42.36472; -71.18556 (Watertown Bridge)
Watertown Dam no crossing about 1634 42°21′55.27″N 71°11′21.34″W / 42.3653528°N 71.1892611°W / 42.3653528; -71.1892611 (Watertown Dam)
Cpl. Joseph U. Thompson Footbridge pedestrians and bicycles 42°21′54.39″N 71°11′24.97″W / 42.3651083°N 71.1902694°W / 42.3651083; -71.1902694 (Pedestrian bridge)
Bridge Street Newton to Watertown 29.3 meters (96 ft)[2] 42°21′56.87″N 71°12′15.96″W / 42.3657972°N 71.2044333°W / 42.3657972; -71.2044333 (Bridge Street)
Bemis Dam (breached) 1821 breached 1944 42°21′56.58″N 71°12′17.92″W / 42.3657167°N 71.2049778°W / 42.3657167; -71.2049778 (Bemis Dam)
Blue Heron Footbridge Charles River Bike Path 2005 42°21′53.33″N 71°12′45.85″W / 42.3648139°N 71.2127361°W / 42.3648139; -71.2127361 (Blue Heron Footbridge)
Farwell Street Waltham 33.4 meters (110 ft)[2] 42°22′51.47″N 71°13′5.12″W / 42.3809639°N 71.2180889°W / 42.3809639; -71.2180889 (Farwell Street)
Bleachery Dam (originally Gore Paper Mill dam) 1794 42°22′8.83″N 71°13′22.74″W / 42.3691194°N 71.2229833°W / 42.3691194; -71.2229833 (Bleachery Dam)
Mary T. Early Footbridge (formerly Calvary Street Footbridge) 42°22′10.74″N 71°13′25.94″W / 42.3696500°N 71.2238722°W / 42.3696500; -71.2238722 (Mary T. Early Footbridge)
Boston & Maine Railroad trestle (abandoned) abandoned Watertown Branch 42°22′11.11″N 71°13′26.29″W / 42.3697528°N 71.2239694°W / 42.3697528; -71.2239694 (Boston & Maine Railroad)
Charles F. Graceffa Bridge (Newton Street) Waltham (original built 1761) 27.4 meters (90 ft)[2] 42°22′21.10″N 71°13′43.51″W / 42.3725278°N 71.2287528°W / 42.3725278; -71.2287528 (Newton Street)
Elm Street Bridge Waltham 71.9 meters (236 ft)[2] 42°22′22.87″N 71°13′57.19″W / 42.3730194°N 71.2325528°W / 42.3730194; -71.2325528 (Elm Street)
Boston & Maine Railroad trestle (abandoned) abandoned Watertown Branch 42°22′22.21″N 71°13′59.12″W / 42.3728361°N 71.2330889°W / 42.3728361; -71.2330889 (Boston & Maine Railroad)
Richard Landry Park footbridge 1978 42°22′20.59″N 71°14′5.95″W / 42.3723861°N 71.2349861°W / 42.3723861; -71.2349861 (Richard Landry Park footbridge)
Waltham Dam or Moody Street Dam (original Eden Vale dam built 1785) 1836 42°22′22.87″N 71°14′10.24″W / 42.3730194°N 71.2361778°W / 42.3730194; -71.2361778 (Moody Street Dam)
Moody Street bridge (original built 1846, rebuilt 1871, 1921) 1946 68.6 meters (225 ft)[2] 42°22′23.61″N 71°14′11.63″W / 42.3732250°N 71.2365639°W / 42.3732250; -71.2365639 (Moody Street bridge)
Gold Star Mothers Bridge, Prospect Street (drawbridge 1882) 1889 40.2 meters (132 ft)[2] 42°22′7.91″N 71°14′36.93″W / 42.3688639°N 71.2435917°W / 42.3688639; -71.2435917 (Gold Star Mothers bridge)
Weston Aqueduct
Commonwealth Avenue, Newton / South Avenue, Weston Route 30 Newton to Weston site of old Norumbega Bridge 42°20′38.27″N 71°15′41.01″W / 42.3439639°N 71.2613917°W / 42.3439639; -71.2613917 (Commonwealth Avenue)
MetroWest Tunnel (aqueduct)
I-90/I-95 connector I-90 / I-95 original Mass Pike terminus until 1964 42°20′29.76″N 71°15′42.51″W / 42.3416000°N 71.2618083°W / 42.3416000; -71.2618083 (I-90 / I-95 connector)
Hultman Aqueduct
Massachusetts Turnpike Boston Extension (Interstate 90) I-90 316.1 meters (1,037 ft)[2] 42°20′27.53″N 71°15′39.42″W / 42.3409806°N 71.2609500°W / 42.3409806; -71.2609500 (I-90 (Massachusetts Turnpike))
I-90/I-95 connector 42°20′27.62″N 71°15′34.98″W / 42.3410056°N 71.2597167°W / 42.3410056; -71.2597167 (I-90 / I-95 connector)
Footbridge from Riverside Rd., Newton to Recreation Rd., Weston (closed) 42°20′28.36″N 71°15′29.73″W / 42.3412111°N 71.2582583°W / 42.3412111; -71.2582583 (Newton / Weston pedestrian bridge)
CSX/MBTA railroad bridge Framingham/Worcester Line impressive single-arch concrete span 42°20′26.45″N 71°15′25.44″W / 42.3406806°N 71.2570667°W / 42.3406806; -71.2570667 (CSX / MBTA railroad bridge)
pedestrian bridge 42°20′24.16″N 71°15′21.39″W / 42.3400444°N 71.2559417°W / 42.3400444; -71.2559417 (pedestrian bridge)
I-95 offramp 180.4 meters (592 ft)[2] northbound exits 23–25; originally Route 128 until 1964 42°20′15.466″N 71°15′26.56″W / 42.33762944°N 71.2573778°W / 42.33762944; -71.2573778 (I-95 offramp)
I-95 / Route 128 I-95 / Route 128 93.6 meters (307 ft)[2] 42°20′11.83″N 71°15′31.04″W / 42.3366194°N 71.2586222°W / 42.3366194; -71.2586222 (Interstate 95 / MA-128)
Concord Street, Newton / Park Road, Weston 24.7 meters (81 ft)[2] 42°19′50.04″N 71°16′4.53″W / 42.3305667°N 71.2679250°W / 42.3305667; -71.2679250 (Concord Street, Newton / Park Road, Weston)
Leo J. Martin Golf Club Footbridge Newton to Wellesley 42°19′42.16″N 71°16′12.29″W / 42.3283778°N 71.2700806°W / 42.3283778; -71.2700806 (Leo J. Martin Golf Club Footbridge)
Railroad (former Boston & Albany RR Newton Lower Falls Branch) bridge (abandoned) 42°19′36.34″N 71°15′40.58″W / 42.3267611°N 71.2612722°W / 42.3267611; -71.2612722 (Boston & Albany RR Newton Lower Falls Branch)
Washington Street Route 16 43 meters (141 ft)[2] 42°19′31.15″N 71°15′30.07″W / 42.3253194°N 71.2583528°W / 42.3253194; -71.2583528 (Washington Street (Rt 16))
Finlay Dam 42°19′31.74″N 71°15′15.78″W / 42.3254833°N 71.2543833°W / 42.3254833; -71.2543833 (Finlay Dam)
Cordingly Dam and Falls 42°19′32.91″N 71°15′15.28″W / 42.3258083°N 71.2542444°W / 42.3258083; -71.2542444 (Cordingly Dam and Falls)
Mary Hunnewell Fyffe Footbridge pedestrian bridge[6]
Wales Street, Newton / Walnut Street, Wellesley 17.9 meters (59 ft)[2] 42°19′36.39″N 71°15′11.42″W / 42.3267750°N 71.2531722°W / 42.3267750; -71.2531722 (Wales Street / Walnut Street)
Cochituate Aqueduct 1848 42°19′27.48″N 71°14′59.95″W / 42.3243000°N 71.2499861°W / 42.3243000; -71.2499861 (Cochituate Aqueduct)
I-95 / Route 128 I-95 / Route 128 42°19′25.09″N 71°14′57.36″W / 42.3236361°N 71.2492667°W / 42.3236361; -71.2492667 (I-95 / MA-128)
Boston-Worcester Turnpike Route 9 23.2 meters (76 ft)[2] 42°19′00.5″N 71°13′41.2″W / 42.316806°N 71.228111°W / 42.316806; -71.228111 (Boston-Worcester Turnpike (Rt 9))
Metropolitan Circular Dam
Echo Bridge/Sudbury Aqueduct pedestrians and bicycles 1876 42°18′53.13″N 71°13′37.17″W / 42.3147583°N 71.2269917°W / 42.3147583; -71.2269917 (Echo Bridge / Sudbury Aqueduct)
Silk Mill Dam 42°18′49.76″N 71°13′34.82″W / 42.3138222°N 71.2263389°W / 42.3138222; -71.2263389 (Silk Mill Dam)
Elliot Street, Newton / Central Avenue, Needham Newton to Needham 42°18′44.30″N 71°13′37.37″W / 42.3123056°N 71.2270472°W / 42.3123056; -71.2270472 (Elliot Street, Newton / Central Avenue, Needham)
rail bridge (former Charles River Railroad) 42°18′26.08″N 71°13′26.32″W / 42.3072444°N 71.2239778°W / 42.3072444; -71.2239778 (rail bridge)
Needham Street Bridge Needham Street, Newton / Highland Avenue, Needham 27.7 meters (91 ft)[2] 42°18′23.51″N 71°13′1.02″W / 42.3065306°N 71.2169500°W / 42.3065306; -71.2169500 (Needham Street, Newton / Highland Avenue, Needham)
rail bridge made pedestrian bridge 42°18′21.65″N 71°12′46.73″W / 42.3060139°N 71.2129806°W / 42.3060139; -71.2129806 (rail bridge made pedestrian bridge)
Kendrick Street, Needham / Nahanton Street, Newton 49.4 meters (162 ft)[2] 42°17′49.57″N 71°12′28.12″W / 42.2971028°N 71.2078111°W / 42.2971028; -71.2078111 (Kendrick Street, Needham / Nahanton Street, Newton)
MBTA Commuter Rail Needham Line bridge West Roxbury to Needham 42°16′46.17″N 71°11′6.89″W / 42.2794917°N 71.1852472°W / 42.2794917; -71.1852472 (MBTA Commuter Rail Needham Line)
Honorable Robert L. Cawley Bridge Route 109 West Roxbury to Dedham 21.3 meters (70 ft)[2] Connects Boston with Dedham on Route 109 at Bridge Street (Dedham) and Spring Street (West Roxbury) 42°16′15.02″N 71°10′23.90″W / 42.2708389°N 71.1733056°W / 42.2708389; -71.1733056 (Honorable Robert L. Cawley Bridge)
Ames Street Dedham 35.7 meters (117 ft)[2] 42°15′8.61″N 71°10′34.37″W / 42.2523917°N 71.1762139°W / 42.2523917; -71.1762139 (Ames Street)
Bridge Street Route 109 21.3 meters (70 ft)[2] 42°15′14.85″N 71°10′51.60″W / 42.2541250°N 71.1810000°W / 42.2541250; -71.1810000 (Bridge Street)
Interstate 95/Route 128 I-95 / Route 128 Needham to Dedham 98.5 meters (323 ft) (SB)
89 meters (292 ft)[2] (NB)[2]
42°16′1.96″N 71°12′10.20″W / 42.2672111°N 71.2028333°W / 42.2672111; -71.2028333 (I-95 / MA-128)
Greendale Avenue, Needham / Lyons Street, Dedham 17.1 meters (56 ft)[2] 42°16′1.33″N 71°12′17.42″W / 42.2670361°N 71.2048389°W / 42.2670361; -71.2048389 (Greendale Avenue, Needham / Lyons Street, Dedham)
Route 135 / West Street, Dedham / Dedham Ave, Needham Route 135 17.1 meters (56 ft)[2] 42°16′3.67″N 71°13′4.89″W / 42.2676861°N 71.2180250°W / 42.2676861; -71.2180250 (Route 135 / West Street)
Chestnut Street bridge Needham to Dover 33.8 meters (111 ft)[2] 42°15′35.40″N 71°14′13.48″W / 42.2598333°N 71.2370778°W / 42.2598333; -71.2370778 (Chestnut Street bridge)
dam 42°15′31″N 71°15′46.8″W / 42.25861°N 71.263000°W / 42.25861; -71.263000 (dam)
Willow Street, Dover / South Street, Needham 17 meters (56 ft)[2] 42°15′32.66″N 71°15′47.26″W / 42.2590722°N 71.2631278°W / 42.2590722; -71.2631278 (Willow Street / South Street)
rail bridge 42°15′26.97″N 71°16′14.26″W / 42.2574917°N 71.2706278°W / 42.2574917; -71.2706278 (rail bridge)
Central Ave/Centre Street bridge 20.7 meters (68 ft)[2] 42°15′32.37″N 71°16′17.31″W / 42.2589917°N 71.2714750°W / 42.2589917; -71.2714750 (Central Ave / Centre Street bridge)
missing bridge? 42°15′48.07″N 71°17′5.55″W / 42.2633528°N 71.2848750°W / 42.2633528; -71.2848750 (missing bridge?)
Dover Road/Charles River Street bridge 38.6 meters (127 ft)[2] 42°16′9.50″N 71°17′59.43″W / 42.2693056°N 71.2998417°W / 42.2693056; -71.2998417 (Dover Road / Charles River Street bridge)
Cheney Drive bridge 19.5 meters (64 ft)[2] 42°16′32.68″N 71°18′34.38″W / 42.2757444°N 71.3095500°W / 42.2757444; -71.3095500 (Cheney Drive bridge)
Pleasant Street bridge South Natick 34.4 meters (113 ft)[2] 42°16′18.13″N 71°18′54.52″W / 42.2717028°N 71.3151444°W / 42.2717028; -71.3151444 (Pleasant Street bridge)
dam 42°16′17.27″N 71°18′56.57″W / 42.2714639°N 71.3157139°W / 42.2714639; -71.3157139 (dam)
pedestrian crossing 42°16′01″N 71°19′16″W / 42.26696°N 71.32112°W / 42.26696; -71.32112 (pedestrian crossing)
Farm Road/Bridge Street bridge 42°13′57.45″N 71°19′48.67″W / 42.2326250°N 71.3301861°W / 42.2326250; -71.3301861 (Farm Road / Bridge Street bridge)
rail bridge 42°12′53.43″N 71°20′53.79″W / 42.2148417°N 71.3482750°W / 42.2148417; -71.3482750 (rail bridge)
South Main Street/North Meadows Road bridge Route 27 (Hospital Road) Medfield 21.9 meters (72 ft)[2] 42°12′35.98″N 71°21′6.23″W / 42.2099944°N 71.3517306°W / 42.2099944; -71.3517306 (South Main Street / North Meadows Road bridge)
former bridge? 42°12′28.00″N 71°21′7.20″W / 42.2077778°N 71.3520000°W / 42.2077778; -71.3520000 (former bridge?)
rail bridge Medfield/Millis line 42°11′18.38″N 71°20′3.54″W / 42.1884389°N 71.3343167°W / 42.1884389; -71.3343167 (rail bridge)
Dover Road bridge Bridge site going back to 1640s, including one burnt by native Americans during King Philip's War in 1675. 42°11′19.41″N 71°19′59.76″W / 42.1887250°N 71.3332667°W / 42.1887250; -71.3332667 (Dover Road bridge)
Turner Bridge (Main Street bridge) Route 109 20.1 meters (66 ft)[2] 42°10′52″N 71°19′21.52″W / 42.18111°N 71.3226444°W / 42.18111; -71.3226444 (Main Street bridge)
Forest Road/Orchard Street bridge 17.7 meters (58 ft)[2] 42°9′28.26″N 71°19′55.43″W / 42.1578500°N 71.3320639°W / 42.1578500; -71.3320639 (Forest Road / Orchard Street bridge)
Norfolk Road bridge Route 115 Millis/Norfolk line 21.9 meters (72 ft)[2] 42°8′35.80″N 71°20′57.42″W / 42.1432778°N 71.3492833°W / 42.1432778; -71.3492833 (Norfolk Road bridge)
Dean Street/Pleasant Street bridge 42°8′17.64″N 71°21′31.08″W / 42.1382333°N 71.3586333°W / 42.1382333; -71.3586333 (Dean Street / Pleasant Street bridge)
Myrtle Street bridge Millis 22.1 meters (73 ft)[2] 42°8′0.63″N 71°21′42.86″W / 42.1335083°N 71.3619056°W / 42.1335083; -71.3619056 (Myrtle Street bridge)
Walker Street bridge Medway/Franklin line 24.4 meters (80 ft)[2] 42°8′24.32″N 71°23′22.39″W / 42.1400889°N 71.3895528°W / 42.1400889; -71.3895528 (Walker Street bridge)
Sanford Street bridge 42°8′17.96″N 71°23′54″W / 42.1383222°N 71.39833°W / 42.1383222; -71.39833 (Sanford Street bridge)
Shaw Street/Elm Street bridge 42°8′11.40″N 71°25′6.72″W / 42.1365000°N 71.4185333°W / 42.1365000; -71.4185333 (Shaw Street / Elm Street bridge)
Woodland Park bridge 42°8′19.39″N 71°25′18.92″W / 42.1387194°N 71.4219222°W / 42.1387194; -71.4219222 (Woodland Park bridge)
dam 42°8′20.62″N 71°25′27.07″W / 42.1390611°N 71.4241861°W / 42.1390611; -71.4241861 (dam)
Franklin Street / Pond Street bridge Medway/Franklin line 10.1 meters (33 ft)[2] 42°8′17.36″N 71°25′51.87″W / 42.1381556°N 71.4310750°W / 42.1381556; -71.4310750 (Franklin Street / Pond Street bridge)
Pearl Street bridge Bellingham 20.5 meters (67 ft)[2] 42°7′51.52″N 71°26′38.53″W / 42.1309778°N 71.4440361°W / 42.1309778; -71.4440361 (Pearl Street bridge)
Plymouth Road bridge 12.5 meters (41 ft)[2] 42°7′22.07″N 71°26′51.69″W / 42.1227972°N 71.4476917°W / 42.1227972; -71.4476917 (Plymouth Road bridge)
Maple Street bridge 12.2 meters (40 ft)[2] 42°7′10.32″N 71°27′12.35″W / 42.1195333°N 71.4534306°W / 42.1195333; -71.4534306 (Maple Street bridge)
I-495 bridge I-495 10.1 meters (33 ft)[2] 42°06′27″N 71°27′30″W / 42.10750°N 71.45833°W / 42.10750; -71.45833 (I-495 bridge)
High Street 10.7 meters (35 ft)[2] 42°5′50.69″N 71°27′33.07″W / 42.0974139°N 71.4591861°W / 42.0974139; -71.4591861 (High Street bridge)
rail bridge (ruin?) 42°5′22.91″N 71°28′13.16″W / 42.0896972°N 71.4703222°W / 42.0896972; -71.4703222 (rail bridge (ruin?))
North Main Street Route 126 9.4 meters (31 ft)[2] 42°05′39″N 71°28′34″W / 42.09417°N 71.47611°W / 42.09417; -71.47611 (North Main Street)
rail bridge 42°5′39.54″N 71°28′50.71″W / 42.0943167°N 71.4807528°W / 42.0943167; -71.4807528 (rail bridge)
Depot Street 16.5 meters (54 ft)[2] 42°5′38.39″N 71°28′55.65″W / 42.0939972°N 71.4821250°W / 42.0939972; -71.4821250 (Depot Street)
Maple Street 42°6′12.41″N 71°29′59.19″W / 42.1034472°N 71.4997750°W / 42.1034472; -71.4997750 (Maple Street)
Mellon Street 42°07′0.8″N 71°30′5″W / 42.116889°N 71.50139°W / 42.116889; -71.50139 (Mellon Street)
Howard Street 42°07′5.30″N 71°30′17.88″W / 42.1181389°N 71.5049667°W / 42.1181389; -71.5049667 (Howard Street)
rail bridge 42°7′7.22″N 71°30′20.97″W / 42.1186722°N 71.5058250°W / 42.1186722; -71.5058250 (rail bridge)
Howard Street Milford 42°07′32″N 71°30′33″W / 42.12556°N 71.50917°W / 42.12556; -71.50917 (Howard Street)
Central Street 42°08′21″N 71°30′45″W / 42.13917°N 71.51250°W / 42.13917; -71.51250 (Central Street)
Main Street Route 16 42°08′37″N 71°30′47″W / 42.14361°N 71.51306°W / 42.14361; -71.51306 (Main Street)
Dilla Street 42°09′41″N 71°30′43″W / 42.16139°N 71.51194°W / 42.16139; -71.51194 (Dilla Street)
I-495 bridge (Exit 20) I-495 42°10′04″N 71°30′41″W / 42.16778°N 71.51139°W / 42.16778; -71.51139 (I-495 bridge)
Route 85 bridge Route 85 42°10′26″N 71°30′30″W / 42.17389°N 71.50833°W / 42.17389; -71.50833 (Route 85 bridge)
Route 85 bridge Route 85 42°10′55″N 71°30′22″W / 42.18194°N 71.50611°W / 42.18194; -71.50611 (Route 85 bridge)

Source: Echo Lake 42°11′35″N 71°30′43″W / 42.193012°N 71.5119°W / 42.193012; -71.5119 (Echo Lake (river source))

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Some Events Around Boston". Kellscraft.com. Retrieved 2012-04-16. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb Massachusetts Bridges Spanning the Charles River (PDF). Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDoT). 
  3. ^ "HISTORIC AMERICAN ENGINEERING RECORD - Boston & Maine Railroad: Charles River Bridges - MA-22". Retrieved 2014-03-04. 
  4. ^ "Publications - Cambridge Historical Society (Mass.) - Google Books". Books.google.com. Retrieved 2012-04-16. 
  5. ^ Paige, Lucius Robinson (1877). History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630–1877: With a Genealogical Register. Hurd and Houghton. p. 195. Retrieved August 4, 2008. 
  6. ^ "Fyffe Footbridge History". Newton Conservators. 1984-05-06. Retrieved 2014-03-04. 

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