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The photographer appeared to be atop a load of hay when he took this picture in the middle of Main Street. Below the three-bay shed on the left were the Weeks & Co. store, Solomon Hopkins' house, and Fred Coombs blacksmith shop (dark building) across the Sheepscot River.
Below the Achorn complex on the right was the grist mill, a dark-colored building; it was later called the dry shed when it was part of the sawmill.
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