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City of Portland, Maine
Attractions in and around Portland, Maine: Bayview Gallery - Greenhut Galleries - Children's Museum of Maine - Portland Harbor Museum - Portland Museum of Art Portland Symphony. For travel north via U.S. highway # 1 See Milebymile.com - Maine United States #1 Maine Road Map Travel Guide City of Portland to Maine / New Hampshire State Line - City of Portsmouth New Hampshire for driving directions

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State Street - City of Portland
Access to downtown Portland business district, access to Interstate # 295. Nestled between Maine's forest-covered mountains and spectacular rugged coast, Portland is a rough-hewn gem of New England.
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Junction of highway # 77
East of highway. East to Crescent Beach. Crescent Beach State Park is a classic saltwater beach park with beach grass-studded sand dunes, ocean breezes, herring gulls, picnic areas and views of fishing boats and an offshore island. Facilities 243 acres; sand beach; picnic area with tables and grills; playground; snack bar; bathhouse with cold water showers; pay phones; A group site with 15 picnic tables.
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Junction of highway # 77
East of highway, east to Two Lights State Park. visitors have sweeping views of Casco Bay and the open Atlantic. Picnic tables situated on the hills facing the ocean afford visitors spectacular views of the ocean while enjoying an afternoon barbecue or clambake. Strollers and hikers can enjoy the refreshing sea breezes along shoreline trails and watch ships sailing into and out of Portland Harbor.
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Junction of highway # 25
East to community of Gorham, Maine. From the early days of regular trolley and train connections to present day residential and industrial growth, Gorham remains a vital community in what is now an economic center for the State and the broader region.
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Access to Interstate # 295 & highway # 22
East to the community of Buxton Center, Maine.
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Junction of highway # 1a
East of highway.
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Danforth Street

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Citty of South Portland, Maine
The City of South Portland, Maine is a coastal community in southern Maine encompassing an area of 12.93 square miles. The city has been referred to as two cities, with the western half of the city hosting commercial, industrial and advanced technology property and the eastern half of the city sporting a community college, a beach area, several parks, a maritime museum, one of the state's largest marinas, the East Coast's second busiest oil port, and a municipal boat ramp.
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Access to highway # 77
East of highway.
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Business District of South Portland, Maine

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Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, west side of highway.
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Junction of highway # 9
North to community of Pownat, Maine north to Bradbury Mountain State Park. Bradbury Mountain State Park Facilities 590 acres; picnic area and shelter, playground, ballfield, trails are open for mountain biking, horseback riding snowshoeing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing, 41 campsites.
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Services fuel at highway
Access to Interstate #95, the Maine Turnpike.
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Community of Scarborough, Maine
The settlement of Scarborough, Maine was one of the earliest made on the New England coast. In the early 1600s, John Stratton had his trading post upon the island off Scarborough's shore, which still bears his name. This island also saw many of the other first settlers.
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Junction of highway # 114 wesr & # 207 east
Services fuel at highway, both sides. East to Scarborough State Park. With a long expanse of white sand and views out to the rocky shores of Prouts Neck, Scarborough Beach is an attractive setting for swimming, walking and picnicking.
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Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
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LIncoln Ave - access to Maine Turnpike
West of highway. Services at highway gas diesel.
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View from highway
Driving south.
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Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
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Junction of highway # 9
East to community of Pine Point, Maine .Services fuel at highway
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York County, Maine
Northern County Line. York County, Scarborough is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, county in America. It was established in 1636.
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Junction of highway # 98
East to community of Old Orchard Beach, Maine. The Town of Old Orchard Beach is ideally situated on the scenic coastline of Southern Maine where it offers sandy beaches and a refreshing ocean breeze.
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City of Saco, Maine

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Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, west side of highway.
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Access to Maine Turnpike - Interstate # 195
West of highway.
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Access to highway # 5
East to the community of Old Orchard Beach, Maine.
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Access to highway # 5 & # 112
West to community of Bar Mills, Maine.
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Junction of highway # 111
Services fuel at highway. West to communities of Lyman, Maine Day Mills, Maine Alfred, Maine.
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Access to Maine Turnpike - Interstate # 195
West of highway.
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Services fuel at highway
East side of highway.
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Access to Community of Arundel, Maine
East of highway.
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Services fuel at highway
East to Community of Kennebunkport, Maine access to campground. Attractions in and around Kennebunkport
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Access to Campground
East side of highway.
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Services fuel at highway
West side of highway.
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Community of Kennebunk, Maine - est.. 1663
The name Kennebunk means 'long cut bank,' probably in reference to Great Hill at the mouth of the Mousam River, which would have been an important landmark to native American.
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Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, east side of highway.
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Junction of highway # 36 & highway # 9a
East to community of Kennebunkport, Maine, Kennebunk Beach, Maine. Kennebunkport has been bustling with commerce since the 1800's, when many ships were built and sent to sea from its harbor. Historically, Kennebunkport has been very important in the shipping industry of Maine. Attractions in and around Kennebunkport, Maine: The Brick Store Museum - Kennebunkport Historical Society - Seashore Trolley Museum - The Phyllis A Maritime Heritage Assoc. - Seaglass Performing Arts.
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Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, east side of highway.
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Junction of highway # 99 & # 9a west
West to communities of Sanford, Maine, Springvale, Maine.
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Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
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Roadside turnout State Rest Area
Picnic tables, shelters.
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Point of Information
Crossing Branth Creek.
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Community of Wells, Maine,
Sixty-two square miles comprise the Town of Wells which has a year round population of about 10,000. The town has several different sections with interesting names. The most southern beach area of Wells is Moody Beach, next is Wells Beach, and the most northerly beach is at Drakes Island. To the west are High Pine, Wells Branch, and the Merriland Ridge area. Together, these areas make up the Town of Wells.
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Access to Campground
West of highway 1/4 of a mile.
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Junction of highway # 9
East to Kennebunkport, Maine.
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Access to Campground
East side of highway.
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Wells, Maine Business District
East side of highway.
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Access to Lodging
East side of highway.
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Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
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Access to Campground
East side of highway.
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Junction of highway # 109 & highway # 9
West access to Interstate # 95, Maine Turnpike.
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Access to Lodging
Both sides of highway.
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Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
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Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, east side of highway.
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Access to Campground
West side of highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing the Wannet River.
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Junction of highway # 9d
Services fuel at highway, gas diesel. West side of highway.
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Access to Campground R V Park
West side of highway.
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Access to Lodging
East side of highway.
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Access to Lodging
Both sides of highway.
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Community of Moody, Maine,

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Access to Lodging
Both sides of highway.
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Services fuel at highway
West side of highway.
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View from highway
Driving south.
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Community of Ogunquit, Maine
From its obscure beginnings as a small fishing village dotted with weathered shacks and sturdy New England dories beached on its marshy, barren fields to escape the grasp of the wild Atlantic, to the far-sightedness of its founding fathers who, for future generations, stubbornly preserved its 3 1/2- mile stretch of pristine white sand beach. Attractions in and around Ogunquit: Barn Gallery - Beth Ellis Cove Gallery - Cuckle-Button Farm Gallery - Miller Gallery - Ogunquit Heritage Museum - Ogunquit Museum of American Art - Ogunquit Performing Arts - Ogunquit Playhouse.
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Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
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Access to Campground R V Park
West side of highway.
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Access to Bed and Breakfast.
West side of highway
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Junction of highway # 1a north
East to communities of Cape Neddick, Maine, York Beach, Maine.
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Access to Campground R V Park
East side of highway.
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Access to Maine Turnpike - Interstate # 195
State of Maine Visitor Information Center, east side of highway.
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Junction of highway # 1a ( Plaisted Road )
East to Communities of York Village, Maine, York Harbor, Maine, York Beach, Maine,. From the carousel and arcades at York Beach to the peace and quiet of the wilderness areas, York truly is an ideal vacation spot -- for all reasons and in all seasons. York has miles of sandy beaches: the popular Long Sands and Short Sands, and the more secluded Cape Neddick and Harbor Beaches.
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Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel.
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Junction of highway # 91
West to the community of South Berwick, Maine,, west to Vaughn Woods State Park. A 250-acre forested tract along the scenic Salmon Falls River offers picnic facilities and hiking trails through old growth stands of pine and hemlock.
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Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
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Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
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Truck weigh scales
West side of highway.
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State of Maine Visitor Information Center

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Services fuel at highway
Gas, west side of highway.
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Haley Road
Access to lodging.
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Community of Kittery, Maine
East to Kittery, Maine, Kittery Point, Maine. One act of the court of elections held on October 20, 1647, was memorable : the erection of the Piscataqua Plantations into a town, the first in our present State of Maine. The Town of Kittery, Maine, takes its name from the manor of Kittery Court located on Kittery Point in Kingsweare, Devon, England, across the river Dart from the city of Dartmouth.
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Access to Fort McClary State Historic Site
East of highway. For more than 275 years, Fort McClary stood to protect the approaches to the Piscataqua River at the southern gateway to Kittery, Maine. Named for New Hampshire native Major Andrew McClary who died at the Revolutionary War's Battle of Bunker Hill, Fort McClary stands today as one of the state's most important historic forts.
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View from highway
Driving south.
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Junction of highway # 101
West to the community of Ellot, Maine,.
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Services fuel at highway
East side of highway.
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Junction of highway # 1 bypass

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Junction of highway # 236
Services fuel at highway. Kittery's business district.
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Junction of highway # 103

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Point of Information - Photo - looking east at the Piscataqua River, Maine
Crossing the Piscataqua River. The Piscataqua River is a river in the northeastern United States. It is a 12 mi (19 km) long tidal estuary formed by the confluence of the Salmon Falls and Cocheco rivers, and flows southeastward, forming part of the boundary between the U.S. states of New Hampshire and Maine. It empties into the Atlantic Ocean near Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where it forms one of the finest natural harbors in the northeastern United States. The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is located in the river near its mouth. The drainage basin of the river is approximately 1,495 square miles. The name of the river derives from a Native American word Piscataquanke, meaning 'a great deer place.
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Maine / New Hampshire State Line
Welcome to New Hampshire
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View from highway
Crossing the Piscataqua River
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City of Portsmouth, New Hampshire - Welcome to Portsmouth. highway welcome sign
Long before the Boston Tea Party, Portsmouth citizens provided the gunpowder and stores that fueled the American Revolution and stoked the fires of liberty. If it hadn't been for the first Portsmouth area settler, there never would have been a first Thanksgiving for the Pilgrims. And if it hadn't been for the prowess of Portsmouth shipbuilders, John Paul Jones may never have had a chance to utter the famous words, 'I have not yet begun to fight.'
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Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide - ev
For travel south via New Hampshire Interstate # 95 See Milebymile.com New Hampshire Road Map Travel Guide Maine/New Hampshire State Line to New Hampshire/Massachusetts State Line, for driving directions.