A view from the Standpipe

Posted Aug. 01, 2012, at 11:30 a.m.
The spire and clock of Hammond Street Congregational Church in Bangor are backdropped by Brewer, where the Brewer Shopping Center is visible at right. The Wilson Street business district is visible in the center, the Twin City Plaza at left.
Brian Swartz
The spire and clock of Hammond Street Congregational Church in Bangor are backdropped by Brewer, where the Brewer Shopping Center is visible at right. The Wilson Street business district is visible in the center, the Twin City Plaza at left.
The Bank of America building (right) dominates downtown Bangor in this view from Thomas Hill Standpipe. The buildings to the left are located on Central, Franklin, Harlow, and State streets.
The Bank of America building (right) dominates downtown Bangor in this view from Thomas Hill Standpipe. The buildings to the left are located on Central, Franklin, Harlow, and State streets.
Hundreds of people venturing up the 100 interior steps at Thomas Hill Standpipe in Bangor on Wednesday, July 25 stood along the promenade deck and enjoyed outstanding views of Bangor and the surrounding region.
Hundreds of people venturing up the 100 interior steps at Thomas Hill Standpipe in Bangor on Wednesday, July 25 stood along the promenade deck and enjoyed outstanding views of Bangor and the surrounding region.

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