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    A 166-year-old home on Coburn Avenue in Skowhegan before work began in October to dismantle it.

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    Workers from Knuth Construction in Portland have begun reassembling a Victorian-era mansion that was moved in pieces to Cape Elizabeth from Skowhegan.

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    Workers from Knuth Construction in Portland have begun reassembling a Victorian-era mansion that was moved in pieces to Cape Elizabeth from Skowhegan. Peter Knuth and his crew are working on the reconstruction of the mansion.

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    Workers from Knuth Construction in Portland have begun reassembling a Victorian-era mansion that was moved in pieces to Cape Elizabeth from Skowhegan.

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    Workers from Knuth Construction in Portland have begun reassembling a Victorian-era mansion that was moved in pieces to Cape Elizabeth from Skowhegan. Thane Gaylor, left, lifts a plank up to co-worker Larry Pyle while working on the mansion.

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    Workers from Knuth Construction in Portland have begun reassembling a Victorian-era mansion that was moved in pieces to Cape Elizabeth from Skowhegan. Peter Knuth, left, and Larry Pyle work on the mansion reconstruction.

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    Workers from Knuth Construction in Portland have begun reassembling a Victorian-era mansion that was moved in pieces to Cape Elizabeth from Skowhegan. Original porch railings and shutters are stacked near the mansion.

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    Workers from Knuth Construction in Portland have begun reassembling a Victorian-era mansion that was moved in pieces to Cape Elizabeth from Skowhegan. Old steam radiators await reassembly while work continues on the house.

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    Workers from Knuth Construction in Portland have begun reassembling a Victorian-era mansion that was moved in pieces to Cape Elizabeth from Skowhegan. A fireplace and a mantle grace a room in the masion.

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    Gallery: Skowhegan mansion - Portland Press Herald photo by John Ewing | of | Share this photo

    Workers from Knuth Construction in Portland have begun reassembling a Victorian-era mansion that was moved in pieces to Cape Elizabeth from Skowhegan. Pieces of the mansion are stacked near the restoration site.

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    Gallery: Skowhegan mansion - Portland Press Herald photo by John Ewing | of | Share this photo

    Workers from Knuth Construction in Portland have begun reassembling a Victorian-era mansion that was moved in pieces to Cape Elizabeth from Skowhegan.

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    Gallery: Skowhegan mansion - Portland Press Herald photo by John Ewing | of | Share this photo

    Workers from Knuth Construction in Portland have begun reassembling a Victorian-era mansion that was moved in pieces to Cape Elizabeth from Skowhegan. Thane Gaylor sweeps dust and old plaster from the second floor of the mansion while working on the mansion reconstruction.

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