• Some of the largest, handsomest specimens of pine timber locally extant may be seen in the piles of logs beside the mill stream, between the depot and east bridge.
  • The Railroad worked the gravel train one day last week; will ere long begin repairing the damage done by the freshet to the stone-and-gravel bridge at Young, which will be quite a job. The passenger cars are being repainted and varnished, for summer business.

Taken from the Bridgton News, page 3, April 17, 1896.