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adamg

Is this the same Stony Brook that runs through Stony Brook Reservation in Hyde Park, or are there two of them in Boston (with Hyde Park having been its own town and all up until 1906)?

MarkB

Over two years later, the answer is yes. Turtle Pond in the Stony Brook Reservation is the ultimate source of the same brook that runs through Jamaica Plain to Roxbury.

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