Bellevue Hill

The highest elevation in the city of Boston at 334 feet.

During the American Revolution it was used to keep an eye on the British Fleet.

 

      Bellevue Hill Water Tower 1887        Bellevue Hill pen and ink 1852            Bellevue Hill Tower 1890
   

 

 

 

      Bellevue Hill Water  Tower 1915               Bellevue Hill Map 1858         Bellevue Hill Water Tower 1886
   

 

 

 

View from Bellevue Hill 1890 

View from Bellevue Hill 1890

View from Bellevue Hill of Roslindale

   
   
             Lagrange Street 1890                          Four Towers             2 Early Towers 1916
   
            
            2 Later Towers 1956                 First observation tower 1878            Bellevue Hill aerial view
   
   

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