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CCC Project

Uploaded by: Kennebunker

Friday September 27, 2013

Camden, ME (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The auto road, observation tower, and basic layout for a campground were all part of a federal CCC project in the 1930s. I've always wondered why there is an observation tower at the top of hills, but in this case, it does get you above the treelike to watch the sunset over the Megunticook range.

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12:56 PM GMT on September 29, 2013
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2. Kennebunker
10:45 AM GMT on September 29, 2013
Thanks for looking, Jim. It's good that the rest of us can benefit from someone's pet project, though, isn't it? You can barely make out this tower when I reverse the locations, and shoot from the harbor towards this hill, grandly called Mount Battie!
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1. gusbuster
3:11 AM GMT on September 29, 2013
Must have been someone's special project, you know government funding. LOL. Sure it was not built in the 1700's. Ha
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