200 Scotland Road
Newbury, MA 01950
Station A-2 in Newbury was built in 1987 to replace the Topsfield barracks on Route 1.The town of Topsfield has since acquired the building from the state to house the local police department. The Newbury barracks is strategically located for quick access to the Interstate Highways of Routes 95 & 495 in the northeast corner of the State; covering almost 250 square miles through 14 cities and towns. During the summer months of May through September, the Salisbury Beach State Reservation attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors with camping, boating & a scenic five-mile beach; attracting tourists for generations. The Massachusetts State Police provide an additional complement of Troopers on foot and on horseback each summer to assist the Salisbury Police Department. Each fall in the southern end of the Newbury patrol area, the annual Topsfield Fair attracts thousands of visitors during the Columbus Day holiday week while the northern area contends with "leaf peeping" traffic.
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