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    Gallery: Downtown Skowhegan’s Kennebec Valley Inn demolished - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Jeff Obert operates an excavator to demolish the Kennebec Valley Inn in downtown Skowhegan on Tuesday.

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    Jeff Obert operates an excavator to demolish the Kennebec Valley Inn in downtown Skowhegan on Tuesday.

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    Jeff Obert operates an excavator to demolish the Kennebec Valley Inn in downtown Skowhegan on Tuesday. The Skowhegan Economic Development Corp. purchased the property with the intention of tearing it down and the hope to create a new, multi-use building on the site once it is cleared.

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    Jeff Obert operates an excavator to demolish the Kennebec Valley Inn in downtown Skowhegan on Tuesday.

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    Jeff Obert operates an excavator to demolish the Kennebec Valley Inn in downtown Skowhegan on Tuesday.

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    Jeff Obert operates an excavator to demolish the Kennebec Valley Inn in downtown Skowhegan on Tuesday.

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    Betsy Hall, second from right, stands on her front porch as she watches the demolition of the Kennebec Valley Inn in downtown Skowhegan on Tuesday. Hall has seen the changes in downtown Skowhegan from the front steps of her home that was originally her grandparents.

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    Betsy Hall, 87, shows a picture of the old Kennebec Valley Inn as it is being demolished in downtown Skowhegan on Tuesday.

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    Gallery: Downtown Skowhegan’s Kennebec Valley Inn demolished - Photo courtesy of Skowhegan History House | of | Share this photo

    Maine Central Railroad Hotel, in the background, about 1905. The hotel consisted of a renovated wing of the Heselton House hotel on Water Street and, eventually became the Milburn Hotel, the Midtown Hotel and the Kennebec Valley Inn.

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