Relics Along the Way

Our family trip to Maine was, as always, beautiful, relaxing and inspiring. I love driving the backroads and exploring out-of-the-way places in New England; there are so many relics of by-gone days to inspire the camera and the pen.

A wonderfully derelict building at a small Quebec-Vermont border crossing

A wonderfully derelict building at a small Quebec-Vermont border crossing

Old range sitting on the porch of the abandoned building

Old range sitting on the porch of the abandoned building

Door detail

Door detail

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Remains of a pier, Popham Beach, Maine

Remains of a pier, Popham Beach, Maine

Popham Fort and remains of a pier, Popham Beach, Maine

Popham Fort and remains of a pier, Popham Beach, Maine

Rusted mooring in the sand, Popham Beach, Maine

Rusted mooring in the sand, Popham Beach, Maine

Detail of pier remains, Popham Beach, Maine

Detail of pier remains, Popham Beach, Maine

Pier remains, Popham Beach, Maine

Pier remains, Popham Beach, Maine

Old Coast Guard building (c. 1883), Popham Beach, Maine

Old Coast Guard building (c. 1883), Popham Beach, Maine

This small, quaint cottage sits on the edge of Freeport's smart shopping district.

This small, quaint cottage sits on the edge of Freeport’s smart shopping district.

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2 thoughts on “Relics Along the Way

  1. Wonderful photos, Silverleaf; I particularly liked the quaint wooden cottage (that really appealed to me) – so glad that you had a great time. xxx

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