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The Loring Commerce Centre is an industrial and aviation park in northeastern Maine, located in Aroostook County near Limestone. Developed from the former Loring Air Force Base which closed in 1994, it is home to over 20 employers with more than 1,300 employees. The center consists of over 3,800 acres (15 km2) of fully serviced commercial, industrial, and aviation development sites in addition to numerous existing modern and practical buildings in a spacious, campus-like setting. The former airf...
1947 establishments in Maine, Airfields of the United States Army Air Forces in Maine, Airports established in 1953, Airports in Aroostook County, Maine, Closed facilities of the United States Air Force, Initial United States Air Force installations, Limestone, Maine, Loring Air Force Base, Military facilities in Maine, Military Superfund sites, Geography of Aroostook County, Maine, Strategic Air Command military installations, Superfund sites in Maine, Historic American Buildings Survey in Main...
 
Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge is located on part of the former Loring Air Force Base, in Aroostook County, Maine. It was established in 1998, when 4,700 acres (19 km2) were transferred from the United States Air Force to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. The refuge also administers some 2,400 acres (970 ha) of wetland conservation easements throughout Aroostook County. In a portion of Maine where the landscape is dominated by agricultural crops such as potatoes and broccoli, Aroo...
 
 
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 The Louis Blotner Radar Bomb Scoring Site and the subsequent Ashland Radar Station were an 1963 June^-1990^ Strategic Air Command AUTOTRACK radar site(s) operated by Detachment 7 of the 12th Radar Bomb Scoring Squadron. The station simulated Electronic Countermeasures for the Ashland Training Ranges low-level training route over Bangor north to Houlton, Maine^ (designated route IR-800 by 1981). Constructed at a 1957 NIKE battery control area (radar site) which had been conveyed to Blotner Traile...
The Gray Memorial United Methodist Church and Parsonage is a historic church complex at 8 Prospect Street in Caribou, Maine. The Gothic Revival wood frame church, built in 1912-14 for a Methodist congregation founded in 1860, is the most architecturally sophisticated church in Caribou. It was built on the lot of the Colonial Revival parsonage house, which was moved to make way for the church. The complex was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995. The current pastor is Rev. T...
 Woodland is a town in Aroostook County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,213 at the 2010 census. Because the state of Maine has a law stating that no two towns may share the same name, Woodland of Aroostook County and Woodland of Washington County found themselves before the Maine State Supreme Court in the late 1990s. Because it was founded as a township first, the Woodland of Aroostook County was allowed to keep its name and Woodland of Washington County was ordered by the court to c...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 The Larsson-Noak Historic District encompasses a collection of buildings constructed by Swedish immigrants to northern Maine between about 1888 and 1830. The district is focused on a cluster of four buildings on Station Road, northeast of the center of New Sweden, Maine. Notable among these is the c. 1888 Larsson-Ostlund House, which is the only known two-story log house built using Swedish construction techniques in the state. Across the street is the c. 1900 Noak Blacksmith Shop, a virtually u...
 
 
 The Aroostook Valley Country Club is a golf course which straddles the border between the U.S. state of Maine and the Canadian province of New Brunswick. The club, located near Perth-Andover, New Brunswick and Fort Fairfield, Maine, has its course and clubhouse on the Canadian side of the border and its parking lot and pro shop on the American side. Though the course is located entirely on one side of the border, three holes are close enough to the border that crooked shots enter the United Stat...
The Gustaf Adolph Lutheran Church is a historic church at 29 Capitol Hill Road in New Sweden, Maine. The congregation was established by Swedish immigrants to the area in 1871, and the Gothic Revival sanctuary was built in 1879-80. In 1896 the church was named in honor of King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997. The church congregation was in 2003 subjected to one of the nations largest cases of arsenic poisoning, apparently perpetrated...

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The Fort Fairfield Public Library, located at 339 Main Street, is the public library of Fort Fairfield, Maine, USA. Fort Fairfield had a private library as early as 1880. It became a town-supported library in 1894 with a circulation of 300 books. In 1911 the town received a grant of $10,000 from Andrew Carnegie - making it one of the seventeen Carnegie libraries in the state of Maine. The building was designed by Lewiston architect Harry Coombs, and built by R.J. Noyes of Augusta. The Fort Fairf...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Road bridges in New Brunswick, Canada–United States bridges, Bridges completed in 1911, Bridges completed in 1972, Bridges over the Saint John River (Bay of Fundy), Road bridges in Maine, International bridges in Maine, Canadian bridge (structure) stubs, New Brunswick building and structure stubs, New Brunswick transport stubs, Northeastern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Maine building and structure stubs, Maine transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external... 
 
 
 
 
 

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 Northern Maine Community College is a community college in Presque Isle, Maine and one of the seven colleges in the Maine Community College System. The 87-acre (350,000 m2) campus was founded in 1961 on the grounds of the former Presque Isle Air Force Base. The first class entered the college in 1963, since then there are over 7000 graduates meeting the needs of employers throughout the state. Annually, there are around 2000 students that attend a variety of the over 30 programs Northern Maine C...
 
 
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  The Loring Commerce Centre is an industrial and aviation park in northeastern Maine, located in Aroostook County near Limestone. Developed from the former Loring Air Force Base which closed in 1994, it is home to over 20 employers with more than 1,300 employees. The center consists of over 3,800 acres (15 km2) of fully serviced commercial, industrial, and aviation development sites in addition to numerous existing modern and practical buildings in a spacious, campus-like setting. The former airfield is operated as Loring International Airport.  

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