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    Gallery: Hallowell Crane Repairs - Kennebec Journal photo by Andy Molloy | of | Share this photo

    From left, Al Hague, Sam Webber and Gerry Mahoney with the replacement boom Sunday in Hallowell. The men worked through the winter, along with Irv Paradis, to replace the most prominent feature of the granite crane located on the Kennebec River in Hallowell.

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    Gallery: Hallowell Crane Repairs - Photo courtesy of Sam Webber | of | Share this photo

    Cranes work at Bodwell Granite Works on Winthrop Street in Hallowell in the late 1800s. City Historian Sam Webber said the crane at the right of the image is similar to the crane in Granite City Park.

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    Gallery: Hallowell Crane Repairs - Kennebec Journal photo by Andy Molloy | of | Share this photo

    Al Hague grips the tip of a boom he replaced this winter along with Gerry Mahoney, Sam Webber and Irv Paradis on Sunday in Hallowell. A cable is secured at the top of the boom by the iron jib.

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    Gallery: Hallowell Crane Repairs - Photo courtesy of Sam Webber | of | Share this photo

    A crane similar to the one in Granite City Park at work for Hallowell Granite Works in 1914.

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    Gallery: Hallowell Crane Repairs - Photo courtesy of Sam Webber | of | Share this photo

    The early stages of work on the replacement boom for Hallowell's landmark crane.

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