Shelburne — Geographical

Extracted from "History of the Connecticut Valley in Massachusetts, Volume II," by Louis H. Everts, 1879.

      The town of Shelburne, with a taxable area of 13,882 acres, lies on the Deerfield River, and has for its boundaries Coleraine on the north, Conway on the south, Greenfield and Deerfield on the east, and Conway and Buckland on the west.
      The town has no railway-station within its limits, but finds railway communication convenient of access at Shelburne Falls station, on the Troy and Greenfield Railroad, which touches the village on the Buckland side of the river.

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