ⓘ Eddington, Maine

                                     

ⓘ Eddington, Maine

Eddington is a town located on the eastern side of the Penobscot River in Penobscot County, Maine, United States. As of the 2010 census, the town had a population of 2.225.

                                     
  • East Eddington Public Hall and the Eddington - Clifton Civic Center, is a historic social and civic meeting hall at 1387 Main Road in Eddington Maine Built
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  • The Eddington Bend Site, designated Site 74 - 8 by the Maine Archaeological Survey, is a prehistoric archaeological site in Eddington Maine Located near
  • Route 3 and State Route 15. Its northern terminus is located east of Eddington at State Route 9. SR 46 begins at an intersection with US 1, SR 3, and
  • defense of Machias, Maine during the Battle of Machias 1777 After the war, he established the community now known as Eddington Maine in 1784, where he
  • at State Route 9 near Beddington. SR 193 originally ran between East Eddington and East Holden. The original route was renumbered SR 175, and 193 was
  • Scouts BSA camp and has been in operation since 1921. The camp is in Eddington Maine and has over 1800 acres 7.3 km² of pristine forest at the base of
  • a 4.99 - mile - long 8.03 km auxiliary Interstate Highway in the Bangor, Maine area. The western terminus of the route is at a cloverleaf interchange with
  • concurrently along the Penobscot River for four miles 6.4 km towards Eddington After crossing the town line, SR 178 splits to the north while SR 9 also