Upper Hill, Springfield, Massachusetts

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The Upper Hill neighborhood is located towards the center of the city of Springfield, Massachusetts, about 2 miles (3.2 km) from downtown. This neighborhood contains 329 acres (133 ha), plus streets and the former rail right-of-way. It numbers among the smallest of Springfield's seventeen neighborhoods. Its principal boundaries are State Street to the north; the former Highland Division Rail Line to the west; Watershops Pond on the east.[1]

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Coordinates: 42°6′34.9″N 72°33′4.4″W / 42.109694°N 72.551222°W / 42.109694; -72.551222