Fort Warren (in Suffolk County, MA) Populated Place Profile


Fort Warren (GNIS FID: 617412) is a populated place located in Suffolk County at latitude 42.32 and longitude -70.929.

The elevation of Fort Warren is 23 feet. Fort Warren appears on the Hull U.S. Geological Survey Map. Suffolk County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Chelsea, MA (7.2 miles NW)
Boston, MA (7.2 miles WNW)
Nahant, MA (7.4 miles N)
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Fort Duvall, MA (1.9 miles SE)
Windemere, MA (2.4 miles ESE)
Allerton, MA (2.4 miles ESE)
Fort Dawes, MA (2.4 miles NW)
Bayside, MA (2.7 miles ESE)
Waveland, MA (3.1 miles SE)

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