Washington County, Maine

 

City

Railroad

Current Location

Type

Current Use

Date Built

Track Status

Bldg. Mat.

Current Railroad

Notes

Addison

Washington County (WC)/MEC

relocated to Water St. opposite Point St.

C

residence

 1898

none

wood

none

depot from Columbia (Addison Siding), 2 story, modified

Baring MEC across the St. Croix River into Canada, near end of Front St. B rr   in use steel Guilford multi-span deck girder
Calais Calais Street Ry. end of Front St. IPh power co. use   none brick none former powerhouse for streetcars ??

Calais

WC/MEC

Union St.

C

museum 

1898

gone

brick

  none

3 story, 2003 brick addition on south side, Downeast Heritage Center

Cherryfield

MEC

relocated on S.R. 193 north of U.S. 1

C

future or former museum??

1898

none

wood

none

 

Cherryfield

MEC

Narragaugus River

B

unused

1925

unused

steel

  none

1 span through truss

Columbia

WC/MEC

moved to Addison

C

residence

1898

none

wood

none

2 story, modified

Dennysville MEC over the Dennys River west of station site B rr   in use steel Eastern Maine girder

Machias

WC/MEC

U.S. 1

P

  vacant

1898

unused

wood

none

 
Milltown (Calais) CPR over St. Croix River to Milltown, NB B rr   in use steel Guilford curved girder bridge of at least 10 spans
Milltown (Calais) MEC on site Rh unused   in use to turntable brick Guilford originally 8 stall, turntable
Pembroke MEC across Pennamaquam River between Little Falls Rd. and East River Rd. B snowmobile use   gone wood none wood pile trestle
Perry MEC on short road off South Meadow Rd. F?     gone wood none  
Perry MEC along South Meadow Rd. across Little River B unused   gone steel none reportedly span is old turntable moved to this site
Princeton MEC relocated to airport C airport office 1891 none wood none restored
Princeton MEC relocated334 Main St. (U.S. 1) C residence   none wood none reportedly the depot from Woodland

Vanceboro

MEC/CPR

S.R. 6

C

 

1906

in use

wood

Eastern Maine

two story, ??

Vanceboro MEC/CPR over St. Croix River to Canada B rr   in use steel Eastern Maine Ry/CPR  
Whitneyville WC/MEC about .25 mi. west of U.S. 1A along unused row C abandoned 1898 unused wood none building falling down, will not last much longer
Whitneyville WC/MEC over the Machias River B trail use 1925 unused steel none single span through truss, built by American Bridge Co.

Woodland

MEC

moved to Princeton

C

residence

 

none

wood

none

 
Woodland MEC inside paper mill fence?? F storage   in use wood Guilford ??
Woodland MEC across St. Croix River to Canada B rr   in use steel Guilford through truss

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

 

 

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