State of Massachusetts
Massachusetts is officially known as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The Map of Massachusetts is an elaborate graphic representation of urban space. Up to date map data and clear labeling makes this map perfect for business, homes and offices. It shares information on state boundaries, highways, and state roads.
The comprehensive design includes city of Boston and Vicinity Boston Downtown Area, Fall River/ New Bedford, Lowell and Merrimack Valley Cities, Pittsfield, Springfield, and Worcester Cape Cod National Seashore.
This map is an excellent quick reference geographical guide of the state, designed for all space.
Details on the Map
Designed with accuracy using current map data, this Map of Massachusetts is a high-quality image of the urban layout of the state. Boundaries of the state are identifiable with contrasting contours. It encompasses all primary and secondary cities and towns with highlighted box frames of important settlements. The State Capital Boston is named in its true location and can be placed easily.
National highways, state highways, airports, military installation, and recreational areas are other details that are included in the map. Separate inset elaborates the layout of Boston and Vicinity Boston Downtown Area, Fall River/ New Bedford, Lowell and Merrimack Valley Cities, Pittsfield, Springfield and Worcester Cape Cod National Seashore Significant water bodies, mountain peaks, forestlands, national parks, and state parks can be easily placed on the frame.
This Map poster with separate cities insets is a wonderful combination quality, price, and usability perfect for display and reference. Terrain markings include significant water bodies, national parks, state parks, forest areas, and mountain peaks. A map of Massachusetts is also furnished with a city town index, County index, distance markers, miniature map of the United States pinpointing its placement along with a digitized flag of the State.
Location on the map
Massachusetts is located in the northeastern part of the United States. The Atlantic Ocean borders the state to the east and New York in the west. It is bounded by Connecticut and Rhode Islands and bounds the state in the south. New Hampshire and Vermont can be placed in the north.
The key table elaborates symbolic data like national parks, state parks, military areas, highways, important roads, airports and other details of the title frame.
Region Location on the map of Massachusetts
According to the USCB the State of Massachusetts is located in the northeastern part of the US in New England Region division 1 along with Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Time Zone in Massachusetts
Massachusetts is in the Eastern Time Zone and observes the Eastern Standard Time (EST) which is 5 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.
Zip Code of Massachusetts
The Zip Code Range of Massachusetts is from 01001- 05544
Major cities of Massachusetts
Massachusetts is the 7th smallest state in the USA. It is located in the New England region and is divided into 14 Counties. Middlesex County is the largest county in terms of population. Plymouth is the largest municipality of the state in terms of land area. Boston the State capital is a Global City and is amongst the economically powerful cities of the world
Inset of Boston and Vicinity Boston Downtown Area
The Capital city Boston is the largest and the most populous city of the state. It is the seat of Suffolk County and also the principal city of the Greater Boston Metropolitan Area. Downtown Boston is the largest and central business district of the city. Landmarks in the downtown Boston Area include Custom House Tower, Old State House, Park Street Church, and Boston Public Garden. The streets in downtown Boston are laid out in a grid pattern. The city area is mainly served with Interstate 90 and 93. National Highways and State highways are numbered for easy recognition. Airport locations, other primary and secondary roads, passenger rail routes can also be identified at a glance.
Inset of Fall River-New Bedford
Fall River and New Bed Ford are the largest cities in the south coast region of Massachusetts. Both these cities are located in Bristol County. New Bedford is the sixth-largest city of the state whereas Fall River ranks 10th. New Bedford is nicknamed the “Whaling City'' because of its Whaling port which was famous for Whale hunting in the 19th century. Fall River was the textile manufacturing center of the US in the 19th century. The Major highways that serve this region are Interstate 195and US Route 6. All highways are specifically numbered and color-coded for easy understating. Points of interest in the Fall River-New Bedford area included 19th textile mills, Battleship Cove, Heritage parks, State forests, museums, and historical districts.
Inset of Lowell and Merrimack Valley Cities
The Valley Cities in Massachusetts is located along the Merrimack River. The region is shared between two states, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The cities under Massachusetts in this region are Lowell, Lawrence, and Haverhill. It is the more urbanized area of the region as compared to the area under Hampshire. Health and Education sectors are the major employers of this region. Massachusetts part of the area is served by interstate highways 495 and 93 along with US Route 3. All highways are specifically numbered. Airport locations, rail routes, points of interest are marked notable on the inset.
Inset of Pittsfield
Pittsfield is the largest city in Massachusetts and the seat of Berkshire County. It is also the principal city of Pittsfield Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city is located at the confluence of the east and west branches of the Housatonic River. Points of interest like Tanglewood Musical Venue, Museums, historical sites, parks, and recreational areas can be placed on the frame with ease. The city lies at the crossroads of US Route 7 and 20. The nearest Interstate is the Massachusetts Turnpike. All road networks are laid out elaborately with specific numbering and color coding which makes it extremely easy to identify. Airport locations are also indicated with clarity.
Inset of Springfield
Springfield is located on the eastern banks of the Connecticut River. It is the seat of Hampden County and the third-largest city of Massachusetts. Springfield is divided into 17 distinct neighborhoods and is the economic center of western Massachusetts. Sites of interest marked on the map include amusement parks, museums, Basketball Hall of Fame, Connecticut River Walk Park, Forest Park, recreational areas, churches, and historic sites. The city is served with numerous railroads and interstate highways. The Highway system can be easily placed on the frame with specific numbering and color-coding. Airports locations, primary and secondary roads are marked along with utility centers and universities.
Inset of Worcester
Worcester is the seat of Worcester County and the second-most populous city in the New England region. It is located in Central Massachusetts and is known as the “ Heart of the Commonwealth.” Elm Park, Institute park, botanical garden and historical museums are the sites of interest that can be found on the inset. The city is served by a number of interstate highways. State highway 9 links the eastern and western suburbs of the city. The inset layout includes numbered highways, latest street information, line margins showing rail routes and airport locations.
Cape Cod National Seashore
Cape Cod extends into the Atlantic Ocean from the southeastern corner of mainland Massachusetts. The area falls under Barnstable County. The Cape Cod National Seashore was created by President Kennedy in the year 1961. The area encompasses unique terrain features like ponds, woods, beachfront and Atlantic coastal Pine Barrens. Places of interest marked on the inset include Duke Shacks Historic district, glacial erratic known as Doane Rocks, Herring River estuary and more.
IndexThe map is also furnished with a city town index, County index and a distance marker which help locate all primary and secondary towns on the map.
LegendA useful legend explains the symbol of population concentration, primary and secondary roads, airport location, state boundaries and much more.
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|Size||30.5 x 16.75 in|
|Publisher Name||Globe Turner|