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  • Dog-Friendly Hikes in Maine: Plus Parks, Beaches, Eateries, and Lodging

    Today, more and more people travel with their pets, taking their beloved four-legged friends everywhere. Yet, it can still be sometimes difficult to find a park or hiking trail that's dog-friendly. Bangor Daily News outdoors columnist Aislinn Sarnacki presents 35 hikes around Maine that you can feel comfortable taking your dog on. Along with maps and color photos to detail the hikes, she includes practical information such as proper etiquette to observe with your canine companion and when it's okay to let your pet off the leash. She also rounds out with helpful suggestions on dog-friendly restaurants, hotels, parks, and beaches, so you and your furry friend can make the most of your time in the Maine outdoors.

    • ASIN: 1608936678

  • The Outsider: A Novel

    NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER—soon to be an HBO limited series starring Ben Mendelsohn! An unspeakable crime. A confounding investigation. At a time when the King brand has never been stronger, he has delivered one of his most unsettling and compulsively readable stories.An eleven-year-old boy’s violated corpse is found in a town park. Eyewitnesses and fingerprints point unmistakably to one of Flint City’s most popular citizens. He is Terry Maitland, Little League coach, English teacher, husband, and father of two girls. Detective Ralph Anderson, whose son Maitland once coached, orders a quick and very public arrest. Maitland has an alibi, but Anderson and the district attorney soon add DNA evidence to go with the fingerprints and witnesses. Their case seems ironclad. As the investigation expands and horrifying answers begin to emerge, King’s propulsive story kicks into high gear, generating strong tension and almost unbearable suspense. Terry Maitland seems like a nice guy, but is he wearing another face? When the answer comes, it will shock you as only Stephen King can.

    • ASIN: B078M5G7XH

  • YWCA in Bangor, Maine Bangor Original Vintage Postcard

    Original Vintage Postcard: YWCA in Bangor, Maine BangorYoung Women's Christian Association 174 Union Street, Bangor, Maine Incorporated --1914 A fellowship of women and girls Transient and Resident RoomsState: ME (Maine)City: BangorCounty: Penobscot CountyType: Postcard, ChromeUnusedPublished by Bel-Air StudioCondition: (Please view the product photos - we provide photos of the front and back of most items so you can see the exact condition)

    • ASIN: B01BQ9GHW8

  • Bangor in Vintage Postcards (ME) (Postcard History Series)

    The lighted clock tower of Union Station, the marquee of the Bijou Theater, and the spacious lobby of the Penobscot Exchange Hotel are memorable images from Bangor's past. Settled in 1769, Bangor boomed as the lumbering capital of the world in the nineteenth century and as a retail hub in the twentieth century. For one hundred years, picture postcards have showcased West Broadway's mansions and the steamboat and railroad terminals along the Penobscot riverfront. Bangor in Vintage Postcards includes images from the city's past, ranging from a World War I victory parade to the 1923 flood.

    • Brand: Brand: Arcadia Publishing
    • ASIN: 0738536040

  • Bangor in World War II:: From the Homefront to the Embattled Skies (Military)

    As the specter of a second world war grew, so did Bangor's strategic importance in eastern Maine. National Draft Day saw 3,157 local men register to serve, and the city built up its Dow Field as the nation braced for war. Nearly 6,000 servicemen and women called Dow their home base throughout World War II. Organizations like the local Soldiers Welfare Council and the USO welcomed the troops even as women stepped into roles vacated by enlisted men and worked tirelessly to keep up the community's patriotic spirit. Bangor and its world-class air base stood strong at home as its native sons fought valiantly on the warfront.

    • ASIN: 1626199876

  • Auditorium in 1837 Bangor, Maine Original Vintage Postcard

    Original Vintage Postcard: Auditorium in 1837 Bangor, MaineState: ME (Maine)City: BangorCounty: Penobscot CountyType: Postcard, Divided BackPostmark: Jan-13Published by Hugh C Leighton CoCondition: (Please view the product photos - we provide photos of the front and back of most items so you can see the exact condition)

    • ASIN: B00P9LRF4E

  • Remembering Bangor: The Queen City Before the Great Fire (American Chronicles)

    On April 30, 1911, a fire ignited in Frank Green’s hay shed that changed the city of Bangor forever. From the ashes of the Great Fire, the logging and mill town emerged as a modernized metropolis. In this collection of retrospective articles, Wayne E. Reilly takes a look at the town of Bangor in the years before the fire, when illegal barrooms and brothels were as rampant as the outbreaks of typhoid and smallpox. He explores Bangor in its boomtown days, when ice harvesting and logging were thriving industries, steamboats ferried passengers between cities and a lively theatre scene drew audiences to see the “little Broadway in the Great North Woods.” One look through this vibrant window into the past will leave you with your nose pressed to the glass, nostalgic for the olden days of Maine’s Queen City.

    • Brand: Brand: The History Press
    • ASIN: 1596295902

  • Walthers HO Scale 40' AAR 1948 Boxcar Bangor Aroostook/B&A/State of Maine #4035

    Eager to replace equipment worn out by the Depression and WWII traffic, railroads big and small began updating their postwar boxcar fleets with cars based on the American Association of Railroads (AAR) standard design introduced in 1948. Although similar to the 1944 standard, notable changes included the addition of a rectangular rib at the top of each end, and many buyers opted for diagonal panel roofs. Introduced as railroads also began freshening their image, these cars wore bold, colorful paint and lettering schemes over their long careers, with some still rolling strong into the 1980s! These highly detailed WalthersMainline HO Scale models come fully assembled and feature: • Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers! • Improved Dreadnaught 4-4 end with rectangular top rib• Diagonal panel roof• See-through Apex steel running board• 6' Youngstown doors• 10-panel riveted sides• 10'6" Interior height• Ajax hand brake wheel• Bettendorf trucks• Correct 33" turned-metal wheelsets• Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

  • Bangor, Maine - (1875) - Panoramic Map (Keepsake Tin)

    Product measures 4.25W x 5.5L x 2.5H inches100% Made in AmericaGreat for storing keepsakes, cards, and knick-knacksHand buffed & diamond polished beveled edges3/16" thick "Grade A" acrylic on the lid, tin is aluminum

  • Micro-Trains MTL N-Scale 50ft Box Car Bangor Aroostook/BAR State of Maine #10027

    Built in 1957, this 50' standard box car with single doors is part of series 10000-10349. They were delivered in the highly recognizable red, white and blue "State of Maine Products" paint scheme with Bettendorf trucks. Bangor & Aroostook served northern Maine industry throughout the 20th century.

  • Micro-Trains MTL N-Scale 50ft Box Car Bangor Aroostook/BAR State of Maine #10038

    Built in 1957, this 50' standard box car with single doors is part of series 10000-10349. They were delivered in the highly recognizable red, white and blue "State of Maine Products" paint scheme with Bettendorf trucks. Bangor & Aroostook served northern Maine industry throughout the 20th century.

  • Bangor, Maine - Snowmobile Scene - Lantern Press Artwork (Keepsake Tin)

    Product measures 4.25W x 5.5L x 2.5H inches100% Made in AmericaGreat for storing keepsakes, cards, and knick-knacksHand buffed & diamond polished beveled edges3/16" thick "Grade A" acrylic on the lid, tin is aluminum

  • Bangor, Maine - Paul Bunyan - Lantern Press Artwork (Keepsake Tin)

    Product measures 4.25W x 5.5L x 2.5H inches100% Made in AmericaGreat for storing keepsakes, cards, and knick-knacksHand buffed & diamond polished beveled edges3/16" thick "Grade A" acrylic on the lid, tin is aluminum

  • Greetings from Bangor, Maine (Keepsake Tin)

    Product measures 4.25W x 5.5L x 2.5H inches100% Made in AmericaGreat for storing keepsakes, cards, and knick-knacksHand buffed & diamond polished beveled edges3/16" thick "Grade A" acrylic on the lid, tin is aluminum