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Volume VI, Issue 12 December 2003

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Belfast Photos


Armory-RCA:  The brick building built by RCA in the mid 1920’s.  After the site closed in 1929, the building was used to barrack the Coast Guard guarding the Belfast rail yards and Searsport docks before WWII.  The City of Belfast bought the property from RCA and deeded it over to the State of Maine, which built a National Guard Armory complex.

Beverage Wire

Reservoir Anchor

Reservoir Anchor

Harold Beverage

Harold Beverage - 1930

1920 Anchor Pier

Beverage Ham Station circa 1915

Milton Cross photo courtesy of Metropolitan Opera Archives 
Oldest Surviving Airchecks page:   
1925 Transatlantic Broadcast (several items)


The Rockland station, built on rented land, was completely disassembled and sold for the price of the wood in 1921.


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