ⓘ Frenchville, Maine

                                     

ⓘ Frenchville, Maine

Frenchville is a town in Aroostook County, Maine, United States. The population was 1.087 at the 2010 census: 80 percent are habitual speakers of French, aided by its proximity to French-speaking Quebec and New Brunswick in Canada.

The city is home to a General aviation airport regional airport Northern Aroostook, Frenchville railroad station and water tank, and Corriveau mill.

                                     
  • The Frenchville Railroad Station and Water Tank are a historic railroad museum property in Frenchville Maine The station and water tank were built in
  • settlers were Vital Daigle and his wife Julie Cyr. They came from nearby Frenchville Maine seeking a new home for their family. The deed to the property was
  • miles 5 km east of the central business district of Frenchville a town in Aroostook County, Maine United States. It is owned by the Northern Aroostook
  • 16.8 - mile - long 27.0 km state route in Maine from SR 161 near Sinclair to U.S. Route 1 US 1 in Frenchville Part of SR 162 runs along the shore of
  • The Frenchville Formation is a geologic formation in Maine It preserves fossils dating back to the Silurian period. Earth sciences portal Paleontology
  • heads through rolling hills and curves to the northeast traveling on Frenchville Road. Though most of the area consists of woods and houses, some farms
  • 200m above sea level, while a peak of roughly 1000m is seen nearby. Frenchville Maine is across the river. The steel truss Clair Fort Kent Bridge is upriver
  • d Aroostook əˈruːstək ə - ROOS - tək is a county in the U.S. state of Maine along the Canada U.S. border. As of the 2010 census, the population was
  • 528 Van Buren 1, 878 Madawaska 1, 698 St. Agatha 1, 396 Monticello 1, 332 Frenchville 1, 316 Washburn 1, 225 Easton 1, 215 Mars Hill 1, 183 Bridgewater 1, 179 Limestone