Knox County, Maine

 

City

Railroad

Current Location

Type

Current Use

Date Built

Track Status

Bldg. Mat.

Current Railroad

Notes

Georges River

MEC

moved to Boothbay in Lincoln County

C

museum

 

museum trackage

wood

tourist line

at Boothbay Railway Village

Rockland

MEC

4 Union St.

P

offices

1917

gone

brick

none

to be restored, on National Register

Rockland

MEC

along U.S. 1, Park St.

Rh

rr 

1921 

in use 

wood

Maine Eastern 

5 stalls, also turntable, on National Register

Thomaston

MEC

on site at Knox St. and track

C

historical society 

1795

in use

brick

  Maine Eastern

originally servants quarters at General Henry Knox estate, became depot for Knox & Lincoln RR in 1872, restored

Thomaston

MEC

Mill River or Mill Creek

B

rr

 

in use

steel

Maine Eastern

drawbridge, deck girder, 732'3"

Warren

MEC

on site, off Stirling Rd.

C

vacant

 

in use

wood

Maine Eastern  
between Warren and Thomaston MEC St. George (Georges) River B rr 1922 in use steel Maine Eastern deck girder, bascule drawbridge, drawbridge opened once and then never used

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

 

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