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City model of Lawrence, MA. Fly through the central business district of Lawrence, Massachusetts and view businesses and city layout. Lawrence is the western hub of the Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority's bus service. Home to regional bus service and the Lawrence stop along the Haverhill/Reading Line of the MBTA Commuter Rail system, providing service from Haverhill to Boston's North Station. Lawrence Municipal Airport provides small plane service, though it is actually located in neighboring North Andover. Lawrence is located approximately equidistant from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport and Logan International Airport.
Aside from the Merrimack River, other water features include the Spicket River, which flows into the Merrimack from Methuen, and the Shawsheen River, which forms the southeastern border of the city. Lawrence has two power canals that were formerly used to provide hydropower to the mills - one on the north bank of the river, the other on the south. Channeling water into these canals is the Great Stone Dam, which lies across the entire Merrimack and was, at the time of its construction in the 1840s, the largest dam in the world. The highest point in Lawrence is the top of Tower Hill in the northwest corner of the city, rising approximately 240 feet (73 m) above sea level. Other prominent hills include Prospect Hill, in the northeast corner of the city, and Mount Vernon, along the southern edge of the city. Most industrial activity was concentrated in the flatlands along the rivers. Den Rock Park, a wooded conservation district on the southern edge of Lawrence that spans the Lawrence-Andover town line, provides recreation for nature lovers and rock-climbers alike. There are also several small parks throughout town.
Lawrence lies along Interstate 495, which passes through the eastern portion of the city. There are three exits entirely within the city, though two more provide access from just outside the city limits. The town is also served by Route 28 passing from south to north through the city, and Route 110, which passes from east to west through the northern half of the city. Route 114 also has its western terminus at Route 28 at the Merrimack River. Lawrence is the site of four road crossings and a railroad crossing over the Merrimack, including the O'Leary Bridge (Route 28), a railroad bridge, the Casey Bridge (bringing Parker Street and access to Route 114 and the Lawrence MBTA station to the north shore), the Duck Bridge (which brings Union Street across the river), and the double-decked O'Reilly Bridge, bringing I-495 across the river.
Jan 21, 2008 Lawrence had massive seven-alarm fire started in an empty nightclub that was being renovated, then spread quickly through 14 buildings. The city of Lawrence is protected 24/7, 365 by the 72 paid, professional firefighters of the city of Lawrence Fire Department(LFD). Established in 1847, the Lawrence Fire Department currently operates out of four fire stations, located throughout the city, under the command of a Shift Commander per shift. The LFD also operates a frontline fire apparatus fleet of four engines, two ladders, one cross-staffed rescue(special operations), and a reserve apparatus fleet of two engines and one ladder(quint), as well as several other special and support units. The current fire department staffing is one officer, one driver, and one firefighter/EMT assigned to each frontline unit per shift. The Lawrence Fire Department currently responds to over 13,000 emergency calls annually and a high volume of fire-related incidents.