Fire watch tower moved from North Mai...

Fire watch tower moved from North Maine Woods to Ashland Logging Museum

There are 1 comment on the Bangor Daily News story from Jun 20, 2012, titled Fire watch tower moved from North Maine Woods to Ashland Logging Museum. In it, Bangor Daily News reports that:

A state fire watch tower, which stood for 98 years on Norway Bluff west of Oxbow in Aroostook County, now calls the Ashland Logging Museum home, following its relocation on June 13, 2012, by members of the Maine Forest Service and Maine Army National Guard.

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sammy

Old Town, ME

#1 Jun 21, 2012
i don't like it put it back...

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