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    Maine Grains innovative leap Skowhegan 1018 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Amber Lambke, left, and Jeff Hewett on Thursday show off the lot where the historic Kennebec Valley Inn once stood in downtown Skowhegan and where Maine Grains is planning to expand. The Maine Grains building at 42 Court St. is at left and the county building is pictured at right.

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    A rendering of the vision Maine Grains' Amber Lambke has for the downtown Skowhegan lot once occupied by the Kennebec Valley Inn with the Strand Cinema opposite.

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    Looking down Court Street in Skowhegan is the former Maine Central Railroad Hotel which most recently was the former Kennebec Valley Inn.

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    The Maine Central Railroad Station in downtown Skowhegan. Maine Grains intends to develop the site where the former Kennebec Valley Inn once stood.

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    Amber Lambke on Thursday discusses the expansion of Maine Grains into the lot where the historic Kennebec Valley Inn once stood in downtown Skowhegan. Jeff Hewett is at the right.

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    A rendering of the vision Maine Grains' Amber Lambke has for the downtown Skowhegan lot once occupied by the Kennebec Valley Inn. The Maine Grains Grist Mill is at right.

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    The closed Kennebec Valley Inn in Skowhegan on March 7, 2018. The building has since been sold to the Skowhegan Economic Development Corp. and razed.

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    The Maine Central Hotel in downtown Skowhegan near the railroad station, the forerunner of the Kennebec Valley Inn, that was torn down in 2018.

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    Jeff Hewett on Thursday discusses the expansion of Maine Grains into the lot where the historic Kennebec Valley Inn once stood in downtown Skowhegan.

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    A rendering of the vision Maine Grains' Amber Lambke has for the downtown Skowhegan lot once occupied by the Kennebec Valley Inn. The Somerset County courthouse can be seen as well.

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    The historic Kennebec Valley Inn in Skowhegan is in the process of being demolished on June 18, 2018.

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    Maine Central Railroad Hotel, in the background circa 1905, that later became the Kennebec Valley Inn.

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    Jeff Obert operates an excavator to demolish the Kennebec Valley Inn in downtown Skowhegan on July 24, 2018.

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