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Skowhegan Indian

Skowhegan Indian

The “World’s Tallest Indian” overlooks downtown Skowhegan

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Thomas Hill Standpipe

Thomas Hill Standpipe

A 1.75 million gallon Bangor water tower that inspired Stephen King’s “It”

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Cumston Hall

Cumston Hall

Stained glass windows, murals, and ornamental plaster highlight a very unique town hall.

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Timber Point/Ewing House

Timber Point/Ewing House

A former summer estate on a rocky peninsula that became part of the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge

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Powderhouse Hill Ski Area

Powderhouse Hill Ski Area

$5 cash gets you pulled up the smallest ski area in Maine by an old truck engine

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Fort Baldwin

Fort Baldwin

A former Army fortification at the tip of Phippsburg protected the mouth of the Kennebec during both World Wars

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Goddard Mansion

Goddard Mansion

The shell of a lumber baron’s coastal mansion overlooks Fort Williams Park and Portland Head Light

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Vaughan Woods & Historic Homestead

Vaughan Woods & Historic Homestead

A lovely 200 acre property with a trail network surround the well-preserved 18th century home of one of the founding fathers of Hallowell.

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Squirrel Point Light

Squirrel Point Light

This small lighthouse was part of a late 19th century navigation system created to safely guide ships along the tricky Kennebec River

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The Public Theatre

The Public Theatre

Voted Maine’s best theatre, this Lewiston venue puts on plays in a former B-movie theatre that was Stephen King’s favorite Saturday spot

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The Tarratine Club

The Tarratine Club

A restaurant and event space that was home to Bangor’s elite “millionaire’s club” for over 100 years

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Hamlin Memorial Library and Museum

Hamlin Memorial Library and Museum

The former 1822 Oxford County jail was converted and reopened as the village public library in 1902

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West Bath Radar Site

West Bath Radar Site

A huge cold war experimental radar site that had a unique second life

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Beech Nut

Beech Nut

An early 20th century Norwegian stone hut built for family picnics provides panoramic views of Penobscot Bay.

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Casco Castle

Casco Castle

An outlandish castle-shaped resort in Freeport built by the Electric Railway King of Maine

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Fort Andross/Cabot Mill

Fort Andross/Cabot Mill

Built on the site of a colonial fort, this hulking former cotton mill is now the home to over a hundred different businesses.

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Kennebec Arsenal

Kennebec Arsenal

A federal arsenal built after the War of 1812 to help defend against our Canadian neighbors and their British overlords

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Shiloh Temple

Shiloh Temple

A sprawling rural church campus that was home to a controversial worldwide religious cult in the early 20th century