The Danvers Rail Trail Aerial Maps

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Peabody Line to Prince St
Peabody Line to Prince St

Characterization: 0.55 miles This segment of the Rail corridor right-of-way (ROW) begins at Walmart continuing north across Route 114 to Prince Street and is primarily adjacent to industrial/commercial neighborhoods. Access to the trail corridor is gained from both the east and west by climbing steep, brush covered slopes.

 Prince Street to Collins
Prince Street to Collins

Characterization: 0.3 miles This segment’s western portion, consists of commercial properties while the east side is shared with a large condominium complex and parking area used for truck storage.

Collins St to Pine St
Collins St to Pine St

Characterization: 0.4 miles The majority of the segment’s eastern portion, outside the trail corridor, consists of woodlands containing vernal pools that are often flooded during the spring. The western portion contains several high density housing structures and a large recreation area including ball fields. (Tapley Park) ( Rebecca Nurse)

Pine St to Holten St (& Burroughs)
Pine St to Holten St (& Burroughs)

Characterization: 0.25 miles This segment provides a direct route to Tapley field from the downtown area.

Holten St, Burroughs St, Pickering
Holten St, Burroughs St, Pickering

Characterization: 0.25 miles Both sides of this segment have many residential structures in close proximity to the trail. Provides connection to the Meadows.

Pickering Street to Charter Street
Pickering Street to Charter Street

Characterization: 0.2 miles This segment is immediately adjacent to a large parking lot that will be used as a main access point for the trail. Intersects with an east/west railroad right-of-way

Charter Street to Maple Street
Charter Street to Maple Street

Characterization: 0.1 miles This segment is within the downtown area adjacent to many retail businesses.

Maple St (Rte 35) to Oak St
Maple St (Rte 35) to Oak St

Characterization: 0.1 miles This segment is a residential area with access to downtown business district.

Oak St to Poplar St (Route 6
Oak St to Poplar St (Route 6

Characterization: 0.1 miles This segment of the trail corridor is fenced along both sides preventing access from adjacent properties along the entire stretch.

Poplar Street (Route 62) to Chestnut
Poplar Street (Route 62) to Chestnut

Characterization: 0.15 mile This segment of the trail corridor is primarily fenced along both sides.

Chestnut St to Wenham St (map1)
Chestnut St to Wenham St (map1)

Characterization: 1.0 mile Many areas along the eastern portion this segment of the corridor have very steep slopes, which poses a challenge to trail access from adjacent properties and a potential safety issue. This sloping also creates a lack of privacy for adjacent properties. This eastern portion transforms into woodlands after the High School and contains a small pond. The west side of this segment before the school has many residential structures in close proximity to the trail.

Chestnut St to Wenham St (map2)
Chestnut St to Wenham St (map2)

Characterization: 1.0 mile Many areas along the eastern portion this segment of the corridor have very steep slopes, which poses a challenge to trail access from adjacent properties and a potential safety issue. This sloping also creates a lack of privacy for adjacent properties. This eastern portion transforms into woodlands after the High School and contains a small pond. The west side of this segment before the school has many residential structures in close proximity to the trail.

Chestnut St to Wenham St (map3)
Chestnut St to Wenham St (map3)

Characterization: 1.0 mile Many areas along the eastern portion this segment of the corridor have very steep slopes, which poses a challenge to trail access from adjacent properties and a potential safety issue. This sloping also creates a lack of privacy for adjacent properties. This eastern portion transforms into woodlands after the High School and contains a small pond. The west side of this segment before the school has many residential structures in close proximity to the trail.

Wenham St to Route 97 (map1)
Wenham St to Route 97 (map1)

Characterization: 1.25 miles The majority of the segment’s eastern portion, outside the trail corridor, consists of rising and falling topography, while the western portion, outside the trail corridor, is generally level. According to the National Wetland Inventory (NWI) map, this segment has areas of a palestine, forested, broad-leaved deciduous, periodically flooded wetlands. This trail is the Swampwalk entry point, and has access to Choate Farm meadows and hiking trails,and connection north

Wenham St to Route 97 (map2)
Wenham St to Route 97 (map2)

Characterization: 1.25 miles The majority of the segment’s eastern portion, outside the trail corridor, consists of rising and falling topography, while the western portion, outside the trail corridor, is generally level. According to the National Wetland Inventory (NWI) map, this segment has areas of a palestine, forested, broad-leaved deciduous, periodically flooded wetlands. This trail is the Swampwalk entry point, and has access to Choate Farm meadows and hiking trails,and connection north

Wenham St to Route 97 (map3)
Wenham St to Route 97 (map3)

Characterization: 1.25 miles The majority of the segment’s eastern portion, outside the trail corridor, consists of rising and falling topography, while the western portion, outside the trail corridor, is generally level. According to the National Wetland Inventory (NWI) map, this segment has areas of a palestine, forested, broad-leaved deciduous, periodically flooded wetlands. This trail is the Swampwalk entry point, and has access to Choate Farm meadows and hiking trails,and connection north

Wenham St to Route 97 (map4)
Wenham St to Route 97 (map4)

Characterization: 1.25 miles The majority of the segment’s eastern portion, outside the trail corridor, consists of rising and falling topography, while the western portion, outside the trail corridor, is generally level. According to the National Wetland Inventory (NWI) map, this segment has areas of a palestine, forested, broad-leaved deciduous, periodically flooded wetlands. This trail is the Swampwalk entry point, and has access to Choate Farm meadows and hiking trails,and connection north

Wenham St to Route 97 (map5)
Wenham St to Route 97 (map5)

Characterization: 1.25 miles The majority of the segment’s eastern portion, outside the trail corridor, consists of rising and falling topography, while the western portion, outside the trail corridor, is generally level. According to the National Wetland Inventory (NWI) map, this segment has areas of a palestine, forested, broad-leaved deciduous, periodically flooded wetlands. This trail is the Swampwalk entry point, and has access to Choate Farm meadows and hiking trails,and connection north

Wenham St to Route 97 (map6)
Wenham St to Route 97 (map6)

Characterization: 1.25 miles The majority of the segment’s eastern portion, outside the trail corridor, consists of rising and falling topography, while the western portion, outside the trail corridor, is generally level. According to the National Wetland Inventory (NWI) map, this segment has areas of a palestine, forested, broad-leaved deciduous, periodically flooded wetlands. This trail is the Swampwalk entry point, and has access to Choate Farm meadows and hiking trails,and connection north