Hales Crossing (in Franklin County, MA) Populated Place Profile


Hales Crossing (GNIS FID: 608749) is a populated place located within the Town of Bernardston, a minor civil division (MCD) of Franklin County.

The elevation of Hales Crossing is 361 feet. Hales Crossing appears on the Bernardston U.S. Geological Survey Map. Franklin County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Bernardston, MA (1.4 miles NNE)
Cold Spring, MA (2.7 miles ENE)
Riverside, MA (3.1 miles SSE)
Gill, MA (3.4 miles ESE)
Mount Hermon, MA (4.1 miles ENE)
Mount Hermon Station, MA (4.3 miles ENE)
North Bernardston, MA (4.5 miles N)
Leyden, MA (4.5 miles NW)
Montague City, MA (4.7 miles S)
Munns Ferry, MA (4.9 miles E)

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