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Extreme points of New England

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Extreme points of New England

This is a list of extreme points of New England, which are points that extend farther north, south, east, or west than any other part of New England. There is also the highest point, the lowest point, and the geographic center.

Point/town Location Coordinates
Northernmost point Estcourt Station, Maine, opposite Pohénégamook, Quebec
Southernmost point Great Captain Island, Connecticut
Westernmost point In Greenwich, Connecticut, approximately 1 mile west of I-684, in Fairfield County (near the intersection of High Hill Road and King Street)
Easternmost point West Quoddy Head, Maine (also the easternmost point in the 50 United States)
Northernmost town Madawaska, Maine
Southernmost town Byram, part of Greenwich, Connecticut
Westernmost town Greenwich, Connecticut (American Lane)
Easternmost town Lubec, Maine
Easternmost city Eastport, Maine
Highest Point Mount Washington, New Hampshire — 6,288.2 feet (1916.66 m)[1]
(Sargent's Purchase/Thompson and Meserve's Purchase)
Lowest Point Atlantic Oceansea level
Geographic Center Dunbarton, New Hampshire

See also


  1. ^ "Mount Washington". NGS data sheet.  

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