Kennebec County, Maine

 

City

Railroad

Current Location

Type

Current Use

Date Built

Track Status

Bldg. Mat.

Current Railroad

Notes

Albion

Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington (WW&F)

on site, Benton Rd. off U.S. 220/S.R. 9

C

future museum

1895

new narrow gauge track laid in front of depot

wood

none

two story, being restored, Albion Historical Society

Augusta

Lewiston Augusta & Waterville

State St. near Taylor St.

ICb

business

1901 

gone

sided

none

built by Lewiston , Winthrop and Augusta Street Ry., last trolley service in 1932
Augusta MEC north of City Center over the Kennebec River B unused   unused steel none 6 span deck girder, 6 span deck truss, former MEC Lower Road
Belgrade MEC about 2 mi. south of depot site across Belgrade Stream B rr   in use   Guilford former MEC Back Road main line
Benton Station MEC on site off S.R. 100 just east of the highway bridge over the Kennebec River C residence 1886 gone wood none line relocatedin 1917-18
Benton Station MEC just north of S.R. 100 highway bridge over Kennebec River to Fairfield (Somerset County) B rr 1917-18 in use   Guilford newer bridge due to line relocation, piers of former bridge remain to south between Waterville and Winslow
East Vassalboro WW&F rotated about 90 degrees. but basically on site C residence 1901 or 1902 gone wood none  

Gardiner

MEC

51 Maine Ave. (S.R. 24)

P

club

1911

unused

brick/stone

none

 

Gardiner MEC south of City Center alongside S.R. 24 opposite a house at 46 Water St. F   1890       a portion of a freight station, served as combination depot near the end of passenger service
Gardiner MEC over Cobbosseecontee Stream at least .5 mi. west of the depot near Water St. B abandoned   gone wood none trestle on spur to paper mill
Gardiner MEC over Cobbosseecontee Stream just south of the depot B abandoned   gone steel none short deck girder, former Lower Road Main line

Hallowell

Augusta, Hallowell and Gardiner

Water St.

IPh

municipal garage

1891

gone

brick

none

trolley system power station

Hallowell

MEC

between Central St. and Winthrop St.

F

unused

1892

 unused

wood

none 

former MEC Lower Road main line
Maranacook MEC across arm of Maranacook Lake at town line of Winthrop and Readfield B rr   in use   Guilford  
Monmouth Lewiston. Augusta and Waterville Street Ry. south side of S.R. 9/126 between South Monmouth Rd, and the Wales Town line ISC business 1908 gone brick none with additions
Monmouth MEC Main St. (S.R. 135/Beach Rd. F future museum? 1894-95 in use wood Guilford Monmouth Museum?, former MEC Back Road main line

North Belgrade

MEC

moved to S.R. 11/Station Rd.

C

church

1901

none

wood

none

modified

North Vassaboro

WW&F

rotated about 90 degrees, on site

C

residence

 1901or 1902

gone

wood

none

sided, built by Wiscasset & Quebec

Oakland MEC 2 mi. east of Oakland depot site over Messalonskee Stream, close to Rices Rips Rd. off S.R. 23 B rr   in use   Guilford former MEC Back Road Main line

Palermo

WW&F

S.R. 3/Bill Auld Rd.at edge of village of Branch Mills

C

residence

1895

gone

wood

none

probably built by Wiscasset & Quebec, modified greatly

Riverside (Vassalboro) MEC 796 Riverside Dr.(U.S. 201) in East Augusta C residence 1911 in use wood Guilford modified, ??
Vassalboro Lewiston, Augusta and Waterville Street Ry. near Webber Pond Rd. and Webber Pond IS unused 1908 gone brick none well preserved

Waterville

MEC

 off College Ave. (U.S. 201)

Rh

  rr

1910 

in use

brick

Guilford 

 

Waterville

MEC

on site

Y

vacant

 

in use

brick

Guilford

yard tower/office

Waterville

MEC

on site

Sh

rr

 

in use

various

Guilford

many railroad buildings

Waterville MEC over Messalonskee Stream near City center B rr   in use steel Guilford former MEC Back Road main line
Waterville MEC over Kennebec River to Winslow, adjacent to U.S. 201 highway bridge B rr   in use steel Guilford former MEC Lower Road main line
Weeks Mills WW&F on site F farm use   gone wood none derelict, across the road the enclosed base of a water tank is in use as a garage

Winslow

WW&F

moved across highway, U.S. 201

C

residence

1901 

none

wood

none

sided, built by Wiscasset & Quebec
Winslow MEC south of Lower Road bridge over Kennebec River, over Sebasticook River B rr   in use   Guilford former MEC Lower Road main line
Winthrop Lewiston, Augusta and Waterville Street Ry. 31 Old Village Rd. in East Winthrop at the corner of Mace Ave., just off U.S. 202 IS garage at residence 1908 gone brick none modified slightly

Compiled by M. J. Camp, Railroad Station Historical Society, Inc.

 

 

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