North Shore

North Shore can either be the north shore of a landmass (and the south shore of a body of water), or the north shore of a body of water (and the south shore of a landmass). It may refer to:

Other articles related to "north shore, north":

North Shore, Houston - See Also
... Midtown Montrose District Museum District Neartown Near Northwest North Shore Northside Oak Forest River Oaks Riverside Terrace South Park Spring Branch Sunnyside Upper Kirby Historic ...
Lake Avenue (Staten Island Railway Station)
... Lake Avenue is a station on the abandoned North Shore Branch of the Staten Island Railway in Mariners Harbor, Staten Island, New York ... was abandoned on March 31, 1953, along with the South Beach Branch and the rest of the North Shore Branch ... It is one of the few remaining stations along the North Shore line which still stands today, although in remnants ...
Spanish, Ontario - History - Timeline
1957 The North Theatre opens ... by joining the Improvement District of the North Shore ... changes the name to The Township of the North Shore ...
Carol Philips
... was the first woman to compete against the men at the Banzai Pipeline on the North Shore (O Ľahu) ... Philips was also featured in the book "North Shore Chronicles" and was in the movie Blue Crush ... Philips is the founder of the North Shore Surf Girls - Surf School ...
List Of Streetcar Lines On Long Island - New York and North Shore Traction
... The New York and North Shore Traction Company operated from northeastern Queens east into Nassau County ... Name From To Route Notes North Shore Line Flushing, Queens Roslyn 35th Avenue, 39th Avenue, and Northern Boulevard abandoned 1920 now the Q12 bus Port ...

Famous quotes containing the words shore and/or north:

    Think how stood the white pine tree on the shore of the Chesuncook, its branches soughing with the four winds, and every individual needle trembling in the sunlight,—think how it stands with it now,—sold, perchance, to the New England Friction-Match Company!
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The English were very backward to explore and settle the continent which they had stumbled upon. The French preceded them both in their attempts to colonize the continent of North America ... and in their first permanent settlement ... And the right of possession, naturally enough, was the one which England mainly respected and recognized in the case of Spain, of Portugal, and also of France, from the time of Henry VII.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)