Sagadahoc County, Maine

 

City

Railroad

Current Location

Type

Current Use

Date Built

Track Status

Bldg. Mat.

Current Railroad

Notes

Bath

MEC

on site, just off U.S. 1 at Washington St.

P

vacant

1941 

in use

brick

Maine Eastern

 
Bath MEC Commercial St. nearly under Sagadahoc Bridge F business 1901 gone wood none  
Bath MEC moved to Boothbay Gt museum   museum trackage wood tourist line at Boothbay Railway Village

Bath

MEC

Kennebec River

B rr   1925-27 in use steel Maine Eastern

Carlton Bridge, lift, railroad/highway bridge, 2200', highway deck abandoned

Bowdoinham MEC across the West Branch along S.R. 24 B unused   unused steel none two span deck girder
Bowdoinham MEC across Abagadasset River along S.R. 24, about 2 mi. east of center of Bowdoinham B unused   unused steel none single span deck girder
Cathance MEC ?? C            
Nequasset MEC over Nequasset Pond in Town of Woolwich, visible from U.S. 1 B rr   in use steel Maine Eastern deck girder
Richmond MEC at end of Depot St. off Center St. F unused   unused wood none  
Richmond MEC over Wilmot Creek alongside S.R. 24 B rr   unused steel none short deck girder bridge
Topsham MEC over Androscoggin River from Front St. to Brunswick B unused   unused steel none through truss upper railroad level, highway lower deck, former MEC Lewiston Branch
Topsham MEC across Androscoggin River about .5 mi. upstream of Lewiston Branch bridge connecting Topsham with Brunswick B unused c1936 unused steel Maine Eastern 4 span deck truss, replaced one destroyed in 1936 Flood, MEC Lower Road main line

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

 

 

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