Gill (in Franklin County, MA) Populated Place Profile


Gill (GNIS FID: 609275) is a populated place located within the Town of Gill, a minor civil division (MCD) of Franklin County.

The elevation of Gill is 262 feet. Gill appears on the Bernardston U.S. Geological Survey Map. Franklin County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Turners Falls, MA (3.9 miles SW)
Millers Falls, MA (4.1 miles S)
Northfield, MA (4.5 miles NNE)
Greenfield Town city, MA (5.3 miles WSW)
Deerfield, MA (8.5 miles SW)
Hinsdale, NH (10.1 miles N)
Orange, MA (10.2 miles ESE)
Winchester, NH (10.9 miles NNE)
Shelburne Falls, MA (12.5 miles WSW)
South Deerfield, MA (12.5 miles SSW)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Munns Ferry, MA (1.9 miles ENE)
Gill Station, MA (1.9 miles ENE)
Mount Hermon, MA (1.9 miles NNE)
Cold Spring, MA (1.9 miles NNW)
Northfield Farms, MA (2.4 miles SE)
Mount Hermon Station, MA (3.1 miles N)
Riverside, MA (3.1 miles SW)
Bernardston, MA (3.4 miles NW)
Hales Crossing, MA (3.4 miles WNW)
Sky Farm, MA (4.1 miles E)

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