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Contributed by: Maine Historical Society
Media: Glass Negative
Contributed by: Sedgwick-Brooklin Historical Society
Media: Photo transparency
Contributed by: Maine State Archives
Location: Verona; Prospect
Media: Photographic print
Street railways, whether horse-drawn or electric, required the building of trestles and tracks. The new form of transportation aided industry, workers, vacationers, and other travelers.
Between 1870 and 1911, Waterville more than doubled in size, becoming a center of manufacturing, transportation, and the retail trade and offering a variety of entertainments for its residents.
The Taber farm wagon was an innovative design that was popular on New England farms. It made lifting potato barrels onto a wagon easier and made more efficient use of the horse's work. These images glimpse the life work of its inventor, Silas W. Taber of Houlton, and the place of his invention in the farming community
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Transportation Through the Years Trolleys: The Electrics Come to Town Open Air Trolley, Scarborough, ca.
Transportation Over the years, transportation has been the key to the development and growth of Presque Isle and Aroostook County.
My Maine Stories Showing 3 of 4 View All
by Vera Cleaves
West Point during World War II
by Donald C Cunningham
It was great to be back in Maine.
by Earlene Chadbourne
Earle Ahlquist used his Maine common sense during his Marine service and to survive Iwo Jima