485 Maple Street
Danvers, MA 01923
Station A-6, Danvers moved to its present locale in 1997 after several relocations in the past 40 years. In 1956, the Lynnfield barracks (A-7) was leased for $400/month and located on Rte 1 to deal with the newly built Route 128. In 1982, the lease was up and a new building was erected on route 1 in Peabody near Route 95. During Troop realignment in 1994, AHQ was moved from Framingham to Danvers and a sub-station was built to house the former Peabody Troops. This station covers over 169 square miles through 15 cities and towns through some of the most constricted and heavily traveled routes of 128/95 and route 1. The Breakheart Reservation in Saugus is part of the SP Danvers patrol area and covers over 700 acres of forest and recreational trails that is located just off Route 1 at the Lynnfells Parkway. While the southern patrol handles the "shopping alley" on route 1 through Saugus and Peabody, the eastern end of the patrol area covers Cape Ann, while the western end meets SP Concord at the Middlesex Turnpike in Burlington.
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