White Rock, Maine

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White Rock is an unincorporated community in the town of Gorham, Maine, in the United States. It formerly had a school, called White Rock Elementary, until it closed in 2011 with the coming of Great Falls Elementary on Route 237. White Rock was named for a large white boulder that once stood in front of the current church.[citation needed] White Rock is home to part of the Mountain Division Trail, a partially completed rail trail with segments that follow the former Mountain Division line between Fryeburg and Portland.

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Coordinates: 43°45′25.2″N 70°28′10.7″W / 43.757000°N 70.469639°W / 43.757000; -70.469639