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    A young surfcaster keeps watch on his line at Ferry Beach State Park. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette)

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    Cars line up at the Saco Drive-In on an evening in July. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette)

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    In 2000, 96 acres on River Bend Farm were given a conservation easement. The property was purchased by The Ecology School in 2017. (Staff photo by John Ewing)

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    Rapid Ray’s, a landmark on Saco’s Main Street, opened in 1953. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette)

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    An angel, carved by Charles Cleaves of Saco, in Laurel Hill Cemetery. The Saco Museum’s “Buried in Time” exhibit reveals the stories of people buried in the cemetery. (Courtesy of the Saco Museum)

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    The Thacher Goodale House, built in 1827, at 121 North St. is an early example of Greek Revival temple architecture and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (File photo)

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    Kayakers navigate Goosefare Brook, which runs between Saco and Old Orchard Beach. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette)

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    Lobster boats, with ducks for company, are tied up at the mouth of the Saco River in Camp Ellis. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette)

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    Riders pass City Hall during one of 10 races in the Saco Bay Criterium some years ago. (Staff photo by Herb Swanson)

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    The Saco Museum on Main Street is the third-oldest museum in the state. (Courtesy of Saco Museum)

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    Clouds reflect in a pool of water at Goosefare Brook. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette)

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    Strollers on the Camp Ellis jetty on a late-summer afternoon. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette)

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    A lone horse stands in a multi-fenced pasture at Dupuis Farm. (Staff photo by Carl D. Walsh)

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    Funtown/Splashtown U.S.A opened in 1967. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette)

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    A fisherman seeks a better spot to cast along the jetty in Camp Ellis. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette)

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    Parsley and thyme in ranks at Moody’s Nursery and Garden Center on Ferry Road. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette)

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    Rowland Hall on Ferry Beach in Saco, in a 1928 photo. Today, the building is used by the Ferry Beach Retreat & Conference Center. (Photo from "The Old Photographs Series: Saco" by Jeffrey A. Scully. Used with permission of author.)

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    The rising sun illuminates lobster boat windows at the mouth of the Saco River at Camp Ellis. (Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer)

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