Bridgton, Maine

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Bridgton is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, United States.wikipedia
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Bridgton Academy

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A resort area in Maine's Lakes Region, Bridgton is home to Bridgton Academy, a private preparatory school, and the Four on the Fourth Road Race.
Bridgton Academy is an all-male college preparatory in Bridgton, Maine.

North Bridgton, Maine

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Settlement began in 1770 at what is now North Bridgton, where a tavern was built.
North Bridgton is a village in the town of Bridgton in Cumberland County, Maine, United States.

Portland metropolitan area, Maine

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Bridgton is part of the Portland–South Portland–Biddeford, Maine metropolitan statistical area.

Four on the Fourth Road Race

A resort area in Maine's Lakes Region, Bridgton is home to Bridgton Academy, a private preparatory school, and the Four on the Fourth Road Race.
Four on the Fourth Road Race is an annual 4 mi foot race run held each July 4 in Bridgton, Maine, United States.

Bridgton and Saco River Railroad

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When the Portland and Ogdensburg Railway bypassed Bridgton, the town built the 2 ft Bridgton and Saco River Railroad link to the national rail network in 1883.
The Bridgton and Saco River Railroad (B&SR) was a narrow gauge railroad that operated in the vicinity of Bridgton and Harrison, Maine.

Bridgton (CDP), Maine

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Bridgton is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Bridgton in Cumberland County, Maine, United States.

Cumberland County, Maine

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Bridgton is a town in Cumberland County, Maine, United States.

Long Lake (Maine)

Long Lake
Long Lake is an eleven mile (18 kilometer) lake between the towns of Naples, Maine, Bridgton, Maine and Harrison, Maine.

Harrison, Maine

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On March 8, 1805, Harrison was set off and incorporated from portions of Otisfield and Bridgton.

Moose Pond

At the base of Pleasant Mountain is Moose Pond, a man-made lake which makes up portions of Bridgton, Denmark, and Sweden.
Moose Pond is located in the towns of Bridgton, Denmark and Sweden, in the state of Maine.

Shawnee Peak Ski Area

Shawnee Peak
Bridgton remains a popular resort area, with many children's summer camps located along the shores of the beautiful lakes and Shawnee Peak Ski Area, a ski resort, located in the western part of town. In West Bridgton, a portion of Pleasant Mountain, including the Shawnee Peak Ski Area, rises.
Shawnee Peak is a ski resort located in Bridgton, Maine, in Cumberland County.

Pleasant Mountain

In West Bridgton, a portion of Pleasant Mountain, including the Shawnee Peak Ski Area, rises.
Pleasant Mountain is located in Bridgton, Maine, USA.

U.S. Route 302

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Summer vacationers arrived by rail and steamboat until automobile tourists began arriving after designation of the Theodore Roosevelt International Highway in 1919 (identified as U.S. Route 302 since 1935).
The road bridges the Saco near milepost 56 in eastern Fryeburg, Moose Pond near milepost 46 in Bridgton, Long Lake near milepost 31 in Naples, and the Crooked River in Casco near a boyhood home of Nathaniel Hawthorne.

The Mist (novella)

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Bridgton is the setting for The Mist, a novella by Stephen King and was the inspiration for Chester's Mill, the town from King's Under The Dome.
The Mist is a horror novel by the American author Stephen King, in which the small town of Bridgton, Maine is suddenly enveloped in an unnatural mist that conceals otherworldly monsters.

Waterford, Maine

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The north end of the lake receives drainage from Stearns Pond and Black Pond in eastern Sweden, and from Duck Pond in western Waterford.
It is bordered by the towns of Norway to the northeast, Albany and Stoneham to the northwest, Sweden and Lovell to the southwest, and Harrison and Bridgton to the southeast.

Cumberland and Oxford Canal

Oxford & Cumberland Canal
Population increased when goods manufactured by water power could be transported to outside markets on the Cumberland and Oxford Canal, which opened to Portland in 1832.
Steamboats continued to use Songo Lock to provide transportation from Sebago Lake Station to the lakeside communities of Bridgton, Harrison, Naples, Sebago, Casco, Raymond and North Windham.

Denmark, Maine

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It is bordered by the towns of Bridgton to the northeast, Sebago to the southeast, Hiram to the south, Brownfield to the southwest, and Fryeburg to the northwest.

Benjamin Cleaves House

The Benjamin Cleaves House is a historic house on South High Street in Bridgton, Maine, United States.

Sebago, Maine

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It is bordered by the towns of Bridgton to the north, Naples to the northeast, Baldwin and Standish to the south, and Denmark and Hiram to the west.

South Bridgton Congregational Church

South Bridgton Congregational Church is a historic church on Fosterville Road in South Bridgton, Maine.

Lt. Robert Andrews House

The Lt. Robert Andrews House is an historic house at 428 South Bridgton Road in Bridgton, Maine, United States.

Bridgton Public Library

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The Bridgton Public Library, formerly the Dalton Holmes Davis Memorial Library, is the public library of Bridgton, Maine.

William F. Perry House

The William Fenderson Perry House is an historic house at 32 Main Street in Bridgton, Maine, United States.

Sweden, Maine

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Highland Lake extends north from downtown Bridgton to the border with Sweden.
It borders the towns of Waterford to the northeast, Lovell to the northwest, Fryeburg to the southwest, and Bridgton to the southeast.

Stone House (Bridgton, Maine)

Stone House
The Stone House is an historic house located on Burnham Road in Bridgton, Maine, United States.