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  • This was a motel that is long gone (2000?) now private homes
  • This home belonged to Robert Logan and family. The home is now gone
  • the trees to the right of the house are gone the little building behind the house was moved the coral is gone. The owner has passed on but his wife is still living.
  • Sanborn's Garage later Walker's Garage now gone, Sebago Lake, Maine
  • Thompson/Watson house on the corner of Harmon's Beach Road and 114. Now gone. Across from Hawkes Lumber Company.
  • The house I grew up in and where my parents still ive. The chicken coops and many of the trees are gone, but otherwise still the same (right down to the clothesline which is still there and still in use).
  • Address of one of the businesses still in the strip mall, China Gray restaurant is 13 Main Street (Route 202), Gray. Agree that the house is gone, but it could be the rest to the right was kept but modified.
  • Steep Falls, Maine. The building on the right was most recently barean Christian School, but is no longer. The building on the left is gone now. This is lovated directly across the street form Main St and the Steep Falls Park.
  • Long-time home of Milt and Ruth Oberg, South High Street (Route 107), Bridgton. The majestic trees in front are gone. The Bridgton Hospital is situated to the upper right of this scene.
  • on the far end; in this photo it was an incubator room for eggs. All those trees and out buildings are long gone. Most of the background in this picture was dug out for I-295 in 1970 or so.

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