00 Shore Road, Edgecomb, ME 04556

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The Virtual Tour for the property at 00 Shore Road, Edgecomb, ME 04556 listed for $350,000: Other homes for sale by Clayton Pottle of Pottle Realty Group: A beautiful spot located on the Sheepscot River. A nice level 0.50 acre lot with approximately 340' of water frontage that has electric at the site, a drilled well, storage building, and a dock already in place. The lot is non-conforming and would require a variance from the town to build a residence. As it stands now, the lot would make an ideal RV site or camp site.

177+ acre Maryland Eastern Shore Waterfront Estate

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Live your dream and enjoy an elegant and serene waterfront estate nestled on 177+ acres of a private and secluded peninsula along Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Delight in the commanding and expansive views of the surrounding farmland and the picturesque Chesapeake Bay. The views are rivaled only by the impressive and completely renovated 5,500+ square foot classic 19th-century farmhouse. This majestic property features beautiful 100-year-old reclaimed pine flooring, an open floor plan with an abundance of natural light, four master suites, two additional guest bedrooms, a powder room, and a home office with custom bookshelves. Enjoy many options for casual or formal entertaining inside the house, outside on the sprawling lawn or around the relaxing pool and hot tub. You or your guests can also retreat to the one bedroom cottage situated along the shoreline. Its oversized windows provide captivating panoramic views of the bay.

No matter what you feel like doing, there is something for everyone. You might take a refreshing dip in the pool, barbecue with guests on the large side deck, play a few rounds of tennis on the fenced-in hardtop court, enjoy the sunset from a rocking chair on the front porch or stargaze from the widow’s walk. The estate is also the ultimate retreat for outdoor enthusiasts. Boaters will appreciate the private pier tucked in a protective cove on Tavern Creek. It is the perfect place to fish and crab for the evening’s meal. You may also launch boats from the property’s boat lift, floating dock or cement boat ramp. Grab your kayak from the boathouse and spend the day watching ospreys and blue herons while exploring the bay and the surrounding waterways.

With its ideal location, you are just minutes away from some of the Chesapeake Bay’s finest marinas and authentic waterside restaurants. Private and remote while being close to major Mid-Atlantic metropolitan areas, this Eastern Shore jewel is sure to give you and your family a lifetime of memories.

For more information please visit:

Brent Allen​
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
4 Church Circle, Annapolis, MD 21401
cell 410.349.7764 / office 410.263.8686
[email protected]

Baltimore Orchestra on the Eastern Shore October 17 at Chesapeake College

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Conductor: Arild Remmereit Flute soloist: Emily Skala Andree: Concert Overture in D Major (BSO premiere) Mozart: Flute Concerto in G Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 3 “Polish, For more information please call Dick Peterson at 410-827-5868, or e-mail: [email protected]


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Directed by George Frederic Wheeler, this fabulous silent promotional film of a rail journey between Chicago and Milwaukee was produced by the Atlas Educational Film Company for the Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee Railroad Company.

The Green Bay Trail has historical significance dating back nearly 12,000 years, when it is presumed that wooly mammoths traveled along it for migration during the Ice Age. In the beginning of the 1800s, when early settlers moved West towards Chicago, the trail served as a mail route between Fort Dearborn, Chicago, Illinois and Fort Howard, Green Bay, Wisconsin. The trail began its modern day service in 1836 when stagecoaches were used to carry passengers from Chicago to Green Bay with intermediate stops. The Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad operated the famed Shore till 1955; the right-of-way was then leased to the Green Bay Trail Committee for development.

The Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad, often called the North Shore Line, was an interurban railroad line that operated between Chicago, Illinois, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, until its abandonment in 1963.

The Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railroad came into existence in 1916 when Chicago utility magnate Samuel Insull acquired a controlling interest in the railroad and served as its chairman. The North Shore Line of 1916 consisted of a main line whose southern terminus was at Church Street in Evanston, Illinois, somewhat north of the Chicago city limits. The line continued north through Chicago’s wealthy north shore communities along Lake Michigan — Wilmette, Kenilworth, Winnetka, Glencoe, and Highland Park. The line continued through Highwood, home of the railroad’s headquarters and main shops, and continued through Lake Forest, Lake Bluff, North Chicago, and Waukegan. From Waukegan, the line traversed Zion before entering Wisconsin and tapping Kenosha and Racine, before reaching its northern terminus in Milwaukee. The entire main line in Illinois was double track, but pockets of single track remained in Wisconsin. While some of the line was street trackage, most was on private right-of-way which, along with the paralleling line of the Chicago and North Western Railway bisected the business districts of the north shore communities as far north as Lake Bluff.

At Lake Bluff, a branch diverged to the west to serve Libertyville and Area, now Mundelein. At North Chicago Junction, a branch led to downtown Waukegan via city streets.

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Shore Drive – Lesner Bridge – Chesapeake Bay

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Short video from behind my house showing a nice sunset over the Chesapeake Bay, the Lesner Bridge and the beach. You can see in the background Town Center then panning along the Great Neck Region, towards the Ocean Front and finally the Lynnhaven Fishing pier.

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That Other Shore – First Baptist Church of Maryland

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Join us at First baptist Church 525 North Caroline Street Baltimore Md 21205 every Sunday at 11 a.m. for service. Our Interim Pastor is Reverend Theodore Anthony and our Pastor Emeritus is Reverend. Leroy Fitts. Our website is

Massive Blizzard to Hit Maine on Thursday January 4, 2018

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Massive Blizzard is on its way for Maine on Thursday January 4, 2018 and it will bring 30+ cm of Snow and the Winds will be Real Strong that will Cause Blowing and Drifting Snow Especially in Bangor and Augusta Maine and Callas Maine and it will bring Big Huge Snow Drifts and Blowing Drifting Snow with Whiteout Conditions and it may Knock out the Power and Streets, Roads, Highways and the Interstate Highways will be Snow Covered and it will be Really Dangerous Driving Conditions Especially on the Interstate Highway 95 and Portland Maine and it will Cause Big Waves Crashing the Beaches and Shores. People in Maine Be Prepared Have your Winter Boots, Winter Jackets, Hats, Gloves, Scarfs and Ski Pants Ready. Order your Pizzas and Chinese Food and Buy Cases of Pepsi and Coke. Do your Grocery Shopping Don’t Wait until the Last Minute Do it Right Now. Have your Samsung Galaxys, Samsung Galaxy Smartphones, Samsung Galaxy Tablets, Smartphones, Cell Phones, Laptops and Tablets Charged and Have your 3G and 4G Internet Ready. When you are Driving your Car Take your Time Driving your Car and Slow Down so you Don’t Get in the Car Accident. When you are Walking Be Very Careful while you are Walking so you Don’t Slip and Fall. Have your Furnaces Ready and Turn on the Furnaces to Keep the House Warm. Drink Lots of Green Tea, White Tea, Red Tea and Drink Lots of Green Tea to Keep you Warm. Have your Extra Blankets Ready to Keep you Warm. Have your Shovels, Snow Scoops, Snow Blowers, Snow Plows and Salt Trucks Ready. If you Have anybody Living in Maine Be Prepared for the Massive Blizzard on Thursday January 4, 2018. Take Care and Stay Safe and Don’t Get Caught in the Massive Blizzard Stay Warm and Be Safe.