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North Shore of Boston

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The north shore of Boston follows the coast up toward NH. Up to Gloucester it is pretty urban. There are lots of places to eat and enjoy the view.

Distant view of the city

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dappled water

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Restaurant on a rock

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Quaint bustop

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House in Salem

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Real fisherman

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If I ever move back to the Boston Area it will definately be the North Shore (Lynn or Salem). It's much more urban than the South Shore. I was actually in Lynn over Christmas and the city looked pretty good. Certainly not booming, but there were a few corners near the train station that were fixed up a bit, and a couple other places looked not as scary as past years. Get the Blue Line up there and that place will be rockin'!

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God that is some wonderful shots of a wonderful place thanks so much tocoto

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Those are fantastic pictures Tim! Fantastic light!!!

Do you know where exactly you took that skyline shot? Swampscott?

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Is it bad that the word Swampscott makes me giggle? Anyone know where they got the name?

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Yes It's very bad! :D

Swampscott town web site

Swampscott, Massachusetts, USA, is a beautiful and tranquil seaside community of 14,600 residents located 15 miles northeast of Boston along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean.

Our name, Swampscott, is of Native American origin, most probably from M

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