Massachusetts Route 35

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Route 35 marker

Route 35
Route information
Length: 5.8 mi[1] (9.3 km)
Major junctions
South end: MA Route 114.svg Route 114 in Peabody
  MA Route 128.svg Route 128 in Danvers
MA Route 62.svg Route 62 in Danvers
North end: MA Route 97.svg Route 97 in Topsfield
Counties: Essex
Highway system
Route 33 Route 36

Route 35 is a Massachusetts State Route running through the towns of Danvers and Peabody in northeastern Massachusetts.

Route description[edit]

Route 35 begins at Route 114 in Peabody, as that route turns left off the right-of-way towards Route 128 and the Northshore Mall. After passing Bishop Fenwick High, Route 35 enters Danvers in the Danversport section of that town. It crosses the Waters River and Crane River before making a left turn, crossing under Route 128 at Exits 23 North & South. The road goes through downtown Danvers before turning northward, intersecting Route 62. It heads through the Putnamville section of Danvers, passing the Putnamville Reservoir (also known as the Beverly & Danvers Reservoir) before finally ending just yards over the Topsfield and Wenham town lines at Route 97.

Putnamville School
on Route 35 in Danvers

Junction list[edit]

The entire route is in Essex County.

Location mi km Destinations Notes
Peabody 0.0 0.0 Route 114 – Middleton, Andover, Salem Southern terminus of Route 35.
Danvers 0.7 1.1 Waters River bridge
1.2 1.9 Crane River bridge
1.7 2.7 Route 128 to I‑95 / US 1 – Beverly, Gloucester, Peabody, Boston
2.7 4.3 Route 62 – Beverly, Middleton
Topsfield 5.8 9.3 Route 97 – Topsfield, Haverhill, Beverly, Salem Northern terminus of Route 35.
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


Route map: Google

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