Historical photo, Oct. 12

Oct 12, 2017
Courtesy of: Walsh History Center, Camden Public Library

The two-masted schooner Restless anchored in Ducktrap (c. 1880). The distinctive building across the harbor is the lime kiln, with cordwood stacked outside ready for firing the kiln. There is also a sawmill just upstream from the bridge, but out of sight. The vessel was built in Rockland in 1873. Its home port was Rockport. It weighed 8.4 tons, was 28 feet long, with a 12-foot beam.

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