#47 K&L RR, Cut A (written on back of mount in pencil by former owner). Stereographs of Thomaston, ME, Photographed by E.C. Fernald. What would eventually become the Knox and Lincoln Railroad Company was originally chartered in 1849 as the Penobscot & Kennebec Railroad Company. More then 20 years were spent trying to raise the money to begin construction and the company went through two name changes during that period (to the Penobscot, Lincoln & Kennebec Railroad Company later in 1849, and finally to Knox & Lincoln Railroad Company in 1864). Construction began on a track running from Woolwich to Rockland about 1870 but it wasn't completed until about 1876. The company was acquired by the Penobscot Shore Line Railroad Company in 1883. About VG- to VG condition. Slt waterstains at edges, slt dirty or foxing, slt light, slt edgewear.
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