2015-07-31 / Community

Time travel



Atria Kennebunk residents Rita Lemieux, Florence Summerhays, Terry Chart and Avis Nelson recently visited the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport. The museum was founded in 1939 and is the largest electrical railway museum in the world. Lemieux was especially excited when she saw the Butler and Fogg shoe factory where she worked for many years. “I used to take a trolley from Springvale to Sanford every day to that factory. It was not an open cart like the one we were able to go on with our tour today,” Lemieux said. (Courtesy photo) Atria Kennebunk residents Rita Lemieux, Florence Summerhays, Terry Chart and Avis Nelson recently visited the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport. The museum was founded in 1939 and is the largest electrical railway museum in the world. Lemieux was especially excited when she saw the Butler and Fogg shoe factory where she worked for many years. “I used to take a trolley from Springvale to Sanford every day to that factory. It was not an open cart like the one we were able to go on with our tour today,” Lemieux said. (Courtesy photo)

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