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    John Martin’s Manor demolition gallery 5-12-22 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Excavator operators Adam Bacon and his father, Bryan Bacon, tear down the former John Martin's Manor building at 54 College Ave. in Waterville on Wednesday. The demolition is expected to take about two weeks, according to property owner Arthur Turmelle. The clearing of the property makes way for a new housing development to be called Manor Gardens.

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    Waterville residents Raymond Lapointe, left, and Andrew Zelonis watch Wednesday as crews begin to demolish the former John Martin's Manor building on College Avenue. The men share their memories of the buffet, bar, live music and other attractions at the manor. The demolition is expected to take about two weeks, according to property owner Arthur Turmelle. The clearing of the property makes way for a housing development to be called Manor Gardens.

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    Work crews begin to raze the former John Martin's Manor building Wednesday at 54 College Ave. in Waterville.

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    College Avenue traffic passes work crews Wednesday as they begin demolishing the former John Martin's Manor building in Waterville. The demolition is expected to take about two weeks, according to property owner Arthur Turmelle. The clearing of the property makes way for a new housing development to be called Manor Gardens.

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    Adam Bacon uses an excavator Wednesday while demolishing the former John Martin's Manor building at 54 College Ave. in Waterville. The demolition is expected to take about two weeks, according to property owner Arthur Turmelle. The clearing of the property makes way for a new housing development to be called Manor Gardens. A Country Manor sign, which once hung on a lighted board on the side of the building, is shown on the ground at left.

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    A woman passes the parking lot Wednesday where work crews remove debris as they begin demolishing the former John Martin's Manor building at 54 College Ave. in Waterville.

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