Greenfield Electric Light and Power Dam, Massachusetts
Greenfield Electric Light and Power Dam is on the Green River in Franklin County, Massachusetts and is used for recreation purposes. Construction was completed in 1910. It is owned by Town Of Greenfield.
Greenfield Electric Light & Power Dam is a gravity dam. Its length is 204 feet. Its capacity is 120 acre feet. Normal storage is 10 acre feet.
Lakes, Dams, and Recreational Facilities Near Greenfield Electric Light and Power DamWiley and Russell Dam Turners Falls Canal - Left Dike Cabot Station Adams Hill Storage Tank (nj) Cabot Spillway Turners Falls Canal - Right Dike Turners Falls Dam Turners Falls Canal Headgates Turners Falls #1 Dam Northfield Mt. - Upper Reservoir Spillway Pumping Station Dam Northfield Mt. - Upper Reservoir Intake Upper Glen Reservoir Lower Glen Reservoir (br) Shelburn Fire District Intake Tank Gardner Falls Diversion Canal/Forebay Gardners Falls Shelburne Falls Fire District Dam Northfield Mt. - Northwest Dike Colrain Lower Reservoir Northfield Mt. West Dike Inlet Northfield Mt. - West Dike South Deerfield Water Supply Dam Mcleod Pond Northfield Mt. Main Dam Ruggles Pond Roaring Brook Dam Northfield Mt. Nw Dike and Spillway Northfield Mt. - North Dike Lake Wyola Ashfield Pond Northampton Reservoir Upper Dam Weatherhead Hollow Pond Uppper Reservoir Lower West Whately Dam Factory Hollow Dam Laurel Lake Atkins Reservoir Sweet Pond Vernon Fish Hatchery Pond
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