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    Reclaimed wood from an old warehouse in Skowhegan was used to create these countertops in a barista training center in New York City.

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    Longleaf Lumber employee Dustin Boothby of Alfred operates a rip saw at the lumber yard in Berwick where reclaimed lumber and wood are reused.

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    Mark White of Portland made tabletops of reclaimed white oak – some of it from Maine – for Maialino, the restaurant in New York City's Gramercy Park Hotel.

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    Phil Perez works grading maple flooring after finishing at Longleaf Lumber in Berwick.

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    At Counter Culture's barista training center in New York City's trendy SoHo, the maple flooring came from an 1840s-era textile mill in Biddeford.

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    Travis Dame of North Berwick takes nails out of reclaimed boards at Longleaf Lumber in Berwick. Reclaimed wood from Maine is getting top dollar as customers seek out quality and beauty.

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    Hugh Loughlin of Wells works in the millwork area of Longleaf Lumber in Berwick creating custom counters and table tops.

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    Dan Laprise saws boards from reclaimed beams. Wood from historical industrial structures is hot right now.

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    Dan Laprise, a sawyer, cuts boards from reclaimed beams at Longleaf Lumber in Berwick. Just about all reclaimed wood must go through some kind of cleaning when it comes in.

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    Travis Dame, left, of North Berwick, and Aaron Corme of Somersworth, New Hampshire, remove nails from newly acquired boards at Longleaf Lumber in Berwick. The company has supplied reclaimed wood from Maine for several Boston restaurants.

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    Piles of reclaimed boards and beams await repurposing at Longleaf Lumber in Berwick. Old wood often comes with a story, which increases its appeal.

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    Mike Doherty of Berwick uses a forklift to move boards to the mill's kiln for drying at Longleaf Lumber mill in Berwick.

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    Custom counter and table tops are made in the millwork section Longleaf Lumber mill in Berwick. The company has a showroom and warehouse in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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