The new passenger station at Bridgton Junction, build jointly by the Maine Central and the Bridgton Road, is nearly completed. It is a daisy. Capacious and comfortable, with platform capacity for several hundred excursionists, it is also elegantly finished, and is one of the prettiest stations on the Maine Central line. Figure-atively, yet strictly speaking, the building is 17×47 feet, with a 10-foot roof projection; a 400 foot platform, of which 367 feet is covered. Its cost is somewhere in the neighborhood of $5,000.
~ Printed by the Bridgton News on March 3rd, 1893.