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Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway Museum

More than a century ago, a tiny system of narrow gauge railroads crisscrossed the woods of Maine with just 24 inches between the rails—considerably smaller than the “standard” gauge of four feet, eight-and-a-half inches. The 24-inch gauge railroads got their start in England and were popular in mines and other industrial settings. But no one embraced them quite like Maine.
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According to WGME 13, a Maine teenager is dead following what investigators believe as an overdose. The news station reports that the overdose happened at a graduation party in the Franklin County town of Eustis, Maine. The Bangor Daily News reported that Sheriff's Deputies from Franklin County were called to...
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