Frenchville Railroad Station and Water Tank, is located in Frenchville, Maine. The station and water tank were built in 1910 by the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad and were added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 20, 1995. The station was retired in 1971. The water tower became obsolete in 1958 when the diesel locomotive replaced the steam locomotive. The Town of Frenchville purchased the water tank from Bangor & Aroostook Railroad and used it as a water reservoir for the fire department until 1981. The Frenchville Historical Society took over maintenance of the site in 1985, but has rarely been visited since.
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