ⓘ Newcastle, Maine

                                     

ⓘ Newcastle, Maine

Newcastle is a town in Lincoln County, Maine, United States. The population was 1.752 at the 2010 census. The village of Newcastle is located in the eastern part of the town, on the Damariscotta River. Together with the village of Damariscotta linked by the Main Street bridge, they form the Twin Villages.

                                     
  • Church is a historic church on River Street in Newcastle Maine Built in 1848, it is one of Mid Coast Maine s finest examples of brick Gothic Revival architecture
  • Damariscotta - Newcastle was a census - designated place CDP in Lincoln County, Maine United States. It designated a concentration of population around
  • Andrew s Church is a historic Episcopal church at 11 Glidden Street in Newcastle Maine Built in 1883, it was the first example of cottage Gothic Revival
  • The Marsh River is a 3.9 - mile - long 6.3 km tidal river in Newcastle Maine in the United States. It is a tributary of the Sheepscot River. The Marsh
  • private high school and town academy located in Newcastle Maine serving students in Midcoast Maine the United States, and nations around the world
  • formerly Newcastle county seat of Hamilton County New Castle, Kentucky, a city in Henry County Newcastle Maine a town in Lincoln County Newcastle Nebraska
  • Patrick s Catholic Church is a historic church at 380 Academy Hill Road in Newcastle Maine Built in 1807, it is the oldest surviving Roman Catholic church building
  • United States Representative and the 17th Governor of Maine Born in Newcastle in modern - day Maine then a part of Massachusetts to Irish Catholic immigrants
  • Representative from Maine Born in Newcastle Maine Farley attended the common schools and was graduated from Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine in 1836. He