In Focus: Ships, trains and smoking

Posted March 14, 2013, at 2:06 p.m.
The container ship Reykjafoss makes its way through Portland Harbor on Wednesday afternoon en route to the International Marine Terminal.
The container ship Reykjafoss makes its way through Portland Harbor on Wednesday afternoon en route to the International Marine Terminal. Buy Photo
Desirae Rowe sits with daughter, Kasen Leeman, 3, in Portland's Monument Square on Wednesday, smoking a cigarette. Rowe says she's not worried about the city's ban on smoking in public places and the potential $50 fine.
Desirae Rowe sits with daughter, Kasen Leeman, 3, in Portland's Monument Square on Wednesday, smoking a cigarette. Rowe says she's not worried about the city's ban on smoking in public places and the potential $50 fine. Buy Photo
Four boxcars in a 13-car Pan Am Railways train jumped the tracks sometime Tuesday just south of the Verso Paper mill in Bucksport. Damage Wednesday morning appeared minimal.
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Four boxcars in a 13-car Pan Am Railways train jumped the tracks sometime Tuesday just south of the Verso Paper mill in Bucksport. Damage Wednesday morning appeared minimal. Buy Photo
State police searched this room, No. 104, at the River's Edge Motel in Medway on Tuesday in connection with the death of 68-year-old Lawrence Lewis, who was found dead at his home at 450 Molunkus Road in Molunkus on Monday. Bruce King who held police at bay with a gun to his head on Monday, March 11, 2013, along Interstate 95 near Lincoln had been staying in the room with a woman who claimed to King's newlywed wife.
State police searched this room, No. 104, at the River's Edge Motel in Medway on Tuesday in connection with the death of 68-year-old Lawrence Lewis, who was found dead at his home at 450 Molunkus Road in Molunkus on Monday. Bruce King who held police at bay with a gun to his head on Monday, March 11, 2013, along Interstate 95 near Lincoln had been staying in the room with a woman who claimed to King's newlywed wife. Buy Photo
Joan Fenrow, a retired artist living in Hampden, has a studio adjacent to her home where she works, teaches and displays many of her paintings.
Joan Fenrow, a retired artist living in Hampden, has a studio adjacent to her home where she works, teaches and displays many of her paintings. Buy Photo

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