Cotley River Article

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The Cotley River is a small river in Taunton and Berkley, Massachusetts that is a tributary of the Taunton River. It flows approximately 5.8 miles (9.2 km) in a northwesterly direction from the southeast part of Taunton near Seekell Street to Barstows Pond near the village of East Taunton where it joins the Taunton River. [1]

The river is crossed twice in Berkley by an active railroad line that was originally built as the Taunton and New Bedford Railroad in 1840. [2] It is now operated by CSX.

See also

References

  1. ^ USGS Quadrangle Map
  2. ^ Old Rail History


COTLEY RIVER Latitude and Longitude:

41°52′57.6″N 71°2′54.1″W / 41.882667°N 71.048361°W / 41.882667; -71.048361