The Northeast Region is small in size, but rich in history and landscape.
It is bordered by Massachusetts to the north and east. It is home to both the Blackstone Valley National Historical Park and the Slater Mill National Historic Landmark—the birthplace of America's Industrial Revolution in 1793. From north to south, it features the rich geologic history of Cumberland’s unique minerals through Lincoln and its many mill villages and Lincoln Woods to North Providence, Central Falls and Pawtucket on its more urban southern border. The once-abandoned Pawtucket-Central Falls Railroad Station is currently under development again as a future MBTA stop.
- Central Falls
- North Providence
Land Area (Sq. Mi.):