Waldo County, Maine

 

City

Railroad

Current Location

Type

Current Use

Date Built

Track Status

Bldg. Mat.

Current Railroad

Notes

Belfast

MEC/Belfast & Moosehead Lake (B&ML)

Front St. at City Pier

F

theatre

1881 

gone

wood

none

Originally built as MEC frt. hse., in 1926 second floor added for B&ML offices

Belfast

MEC/B&ML

Front St. at City Pier

Eh

rr

1864?

unused

wood

 

two stall, also turntable

Belfast

B&ML

Front St. at City Pier

Eh

rr

1953

unused

cement block

 

one stall

Brooks

MEC/B&ML

31 Veterans Hy. (S.R. 7)

P

unused

1896, 1892?

in summer use

wood

Brooks Preservation Society

purchased by Brooks Preservation Society, Field checked 1/10

Brooks B&ML over Marsh Stream west of the depot along S.R. 139 B unused   not regularly used steel   girder bridge

Burnham

B&ML

over the Sebasticook Rivereast of S.R. 100

B

rr

 

unused

steel

 

two span through truss

Burnham

B&ML

over 25 Mile Stream

B

rr

 

unused

steel

 

concrete approaches

City Point

MEC

relocated on City Point Rd.

C

private museum

1871

in use

wood

 

depot from Corinna

City Point

B&ML

beside City Point Rd.over the Passagassawakeag River

B

rr

 

unused

steel

 

deck truss, stone abutments

Frankfort B&A off Loggin Rd.at edge of the village F   1905 in use wood MMA  
Prospect B&A over Perkins Brook, north of village B rr   in use steel MMA 7 span deck girder high trestle

Searsport

Bangor & Aroostook (B&A)

 end of Station Rd. off U.S. 1

F

rr

 modern

in use

metal

Montreal, Maine and Atlantic

prefab shed

Searsport

B&A

relocated to U.S.1, north of downtown

C

business

1905

none

wood

none

 

Searsport

B&A

at Mack Point

M

rr

 

in use

 

MMA

fenced in pier facilities

Stockton

B&A

relocated ??

P

residence

 

none

wood

none

??

Stockton B&A relocated to 336 Cape Jellison Rd. F central portion of residence   none wood none former freight office from Cape Jellison pier

Thorndike

MEC/B&ML

moved to Boothbay, Lincoln County

C

museum

  1871

museum use

wood

tourist line

at Boothbay Railway Village

Thorndike

B&ML

S.R. 139 at track

Eh

 

c1970

unused

metal

 

one stall

Unity

MEC/B&ML

S.R. 139 at track

C

rr

 1891

unused

wood

 

 

Unity

B&ML

S.R. 139 at track

P

vacant

 

unused

wood

 

large replica passenger depot for tourists, Field checked 3/11

Unity

B&ML

S.R. 139 at track

Eh

unused

modern

unused

metal

 

also turntable that came from B&A at Limestone

Unity B&ML over 25-Mile Stream just west of Unity Pond B rr   unused steel   fill and girder bridge

Winterport

B&A

over the North Branch of Marsh Stream about 2 mi. south of depot site

B

 

1905 

in use

 

MMA

 

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

 

 

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