Relics of a World War

These tracks are the only things remaining from the plant that manufactured the liberty ships, that were created for world war two.  The plant itself was dismantled  the rest of the way last year.  The tracks were used to transport Iron to the plant in South Portland.  There is now a memorial to the ships in the buglight park.

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7 Responses to “Relics of a World War”

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  2. Russel Ray Photos Says:

    I found some abandoned tracks here a couple of months ago and followed them to where they ended: in the Pacific Ocean.

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