And here is a photograph of Mt. Lizzie today in her new capacity as a Quabbin Reservoir island...
Mt. Lizzie (center-right) looking north from the Goodnough Dike in Quabbin Park in Belchertown. Mt. Pomeroy is the island just behind her, a bit to the west. Between these two islands, a little to the east, was Greenwich Center, also known as Greenwich Plains, one of the two villages that made up the town of Greenwich, the other being Greenwich Village, located to the east of Mt. Pomeroy in the northeastern corner of town. Today Greenwich Village is part of the town of Hardwick and is also the site of the Quabbin baffle dam.
For more about Greenwich, check out the EWM posts, Greenwich, Massachusetts (1754 - 1938) and Quabbin Gate 43: The Road to Greenwich Village.
As always, thanks for stopping by!