Vanishing Maine; Beautiful Ruins: So much of the history behind these fading buildings is lost to time, but not all
An exploration through history by exploring old abandoned Maine buildings and their former owners. 6 properties are explored and photographs are included.
Kimberlee Bennett, Maine Kayak Girl, Urban Exploration, Urbex, MiloTextile Company Mill, Paddling Southern Maine, David Fiske, Forgotten on the Kennebec: Abandoned Places and Quirky People, Facebook: Abandoned Maine, Moulton Mill: West Newfield, Buckman Tavern: Falmouth, Samuel Buckman, King's Highway, Stagecoach Stops, Kathleen Daigel, Stephen Daigel, Haunted Houses, Adam's Sawmill, Charles Moulton, Edward Moulton, Moulton Lumber, Anthony Tedeschi, U.S. Customs Station: Houlton, Leigh Cummings, Anthony Coldwell, Houlton Duty Free Station, Allen Monroe, Boston Excelsior Company,Leon A. Cousins, Lilia Cousins, Moir Farm: Allagash Wilderness Waterway, George Moir, Lucinda Diamond Moir, Thomas Moir, Frank W. Mallet, M.O. Brown, Charles B. Harmon, Henry Taylor, Alice Taylor, Marguerite Dusha, Henry Taylor, Allagash Wilderness Waterway, Taylor Camps
Voltin, Sofia, "Vanishing Maine; Beautiful Ruins: So much of the history behind these fading buildings is lost to time, but not all" (2018). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 2335.