Black and white print of the Maine Central Railroad Station that was built in 1871, remodeled in 1889 and torn down in 1941 to make way for a brick station built on nearly the same site in 1941. Locomotive and coal cars have just crossed the Kennebec River from Woolwich via the Carlton Bridge, which was built in 1927. C. W. Tinkham took pictures in Bath from 1938 into the mid-1970s.
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