Massachusetts Reservoirs 'A' List


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Massachusetts "A" Reservoirs

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Displaying 1 to 42 of 42 records
Name County USGS Topo Map
A Godfrey Bog Reservoir Plymouth Plympton
Abbey Lake Berkshire Monterey
Accord Pond Plymouth Weymouth
Acushnet River Reservoir Bristol New Bedford North
Adams Pond Worcester North Brookfield
Albert Davenport Pond Franklin Shelburne Falls
Alden Pond Hampden Ludlow
Alder Pond Hampshire Woronoco
Aldrich Lake Hampshire Mount Holyoke
Aldrich Pond Worcester Uxbridge
Alum Pond Worcester East Brookfield
Ames Pond Middlesex Lawrence
Ames Pond Bristol Brockton
Ames Pond Franklin Shutesbury
Angiers Pond Middlesex Maynard
Annasnappet Brook Reservoir Plymouth Plympton
Arlington Reservoir Middlesex Lexington
Arm Brook Reservoir Hampden Mount Tom
Arms House Pond Plymouth Plymouth
Arnold Reservoir Plymouth Hanover
Ashby Reservoir Middlesex Ashby
Ashfield Pond Franklin Ashfield
Ashland Reservoir Middlesex Holliston
Ashley Cutoff Hampden Mount Tom
Ashley Lake Berkshire Pittsfield East
Ashley Pond Hampden Mount Tom
Ashley Reservoir Berkshire Pittsfield East
Ashmere Lake Berkshire Peru
Ashwith Pond Worcester Leicester
Asnacomet Pond Worcester Wachusett Mountain
Asnebumskit Pond Worcester Paxton
Assabet Flow Augmentation Pond Worcester Shrewsbury
Assabet River Reservoir Worcester Shrewsbury
Assabet River Reservoir Middlesex Maynard
Assabet River Reservoir Middlesex Maynard
Assonet River Reservoir Bristol Assonet
Atkins Reservoir Franklin Shutesbury
Atwater Pond Berkshire South Sandisfield
Atwood Lower Reservoir Plymouth Snipatuit Pond
Atwood Upper Reservoir Plymouth Snipatuit Pond
Auburn Pond Worcester Worcester South
Augutleback Pond Worcester Webster
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