Fresh Pond (Cambridge, Massachusetts) - Reservoir

Pond is a reservoir, park, part of the overall Cambridge water system. Jacob Wyeth constructed the Fresh Pond Hotel of the east Pond in 1796. Transportation Fresh Pond is bordered by Fresh Pond Parkway. The line continues in a southerly direction of the eastern boundary. The branch terminates in the nearby Town of Watertown. The water enters the reservoir through other, unnamed tributaries, is discharged from the dam at Winter Street, is piped through an aqueduct from the Stony Brook Reservoir. The Cambridge Water Department is owned operated a water utility. Massachusetts Legislature granted Cambridge by 1889, the right. Birders come to observe a wide variety of resident birds.

Reservoir, Park, Part of the overall Cambridge water system

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