The Carrabassett River, a tributary of the Kennebec River, is located in Franklin County and Somerset County, Maine, in the United States. It rises near Sugarloaf Mountain, east of Rangeley Lake, and runs for 33.8 miles (54.4 km), flowing southeast past Kingfield and joining the Kennebec River in the town of Anson.
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... In 1894, the F M formed the Kingfield and Dead River Railroad (K DR) to extend rails up the Carrabassett River from Kingfield to Carrabassett ... The owners of the Sandy River Railroad purchased controlling interest in the F M in 1898 ... combination #3 were built in a joint order with an identical coach (SR #8) for the Sandy River Railroad ...
... Near the villages of Records and Carrabassett, in the town of Carrabassett Valley, the South Fork Carrabassett River is joined by Huston Brook, which flows south from the Bigelow Range ... Below the confluence the river is simply called the Carrabassett River (there is no North Branch, but there is a West Branch to the south) ... The shift to internal combustion transportation began in 1924 when a Carrabassett veneer mill used surplus World War I tanks to move logs out of the woods ...
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“Other roads do some violence to Nature, and bring the traveler to stare at her, but the river steals into the scenery it traverses without intrusion, silently creating and adorning it, and is as free to come and go as the zephyr.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)