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Wyman Station generating unit, Yarmouth, 1965

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Wyman Station generating unit, Yarmouth, 1965

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Wyman Station, an oil-fired steam generation station on Cousins Island in Yarmouth, was named for Central Maine Power Co. President William F. Wyman, son of the company's founder.

Shown is steam generating unit #3, which went online in 1965. The expansion of Wyman Station that year made it the largest generating plant in the state.

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  • Title: Wyman Station generating unit, Yarmouth, 1965
  • Creator: Searle, W.
  • Creation Date: 1965
  • Subject Date: 1965
  • Town: Yarmouth
  • County: Cumberland
  • State: ME
  • Media: Photographic print
  • Local Code: Coll. 2115, Box 324A/120
  • Collection: Central Maine Power Company collection
  • Object Type: Image

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