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Passagassawakeag River

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Passagassawakeag River
A moonlight view of the Passagassawakeag River along the tracks of the Belfast and Moosehead Lake Railroad just beyond the old Upper Bridge a little more than a mile inland from Belfast, ME, where it empties into Belfast Bay.
CountryUnited States
Physical characteristics
SourceLake Passagassawakeag
 • locationMaine
 • elevation308 feet (90 m)
 • location
Belfast Bay
 • coordinates
44°25′48″N 69°00′22″W / 44.430°N 69.006°W / 44.430; -69.006 (Passagassawakeag River)
 • elevation
sea level

The Passagassawakeag River (/pæsəɡæsəˈwɑːkɛɡ,pəˌsɑː-/) is a 16-mile-long (26 km)[1] river in Waldo County, Maine in the United States. From the outlet of Lake Passagassawakeag (44°30′04″N 69°07′59″W / 44.5012°N 69.13295°W / 44.5012; -69.13295 (Passagassawakeag River source)) in Brooks, it runs south and east to its estuary in Belfast, Maine. The river empties into Belfast Bay, an inlet of Penobscot Bay, where it passes under US Route 1.

The waterway's name is of local Native American origin and is believed to mean "a sturgeon's place" or "a place for spearing sturgeon by torchlight."[2]

A pair of General Electric 70-ton diesel locomotives on the Belfast and Moosehead Lake Railroad, crossing the river heading inland from Belfast Bay.

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  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map, accessed June 22, 2011
  2. ^ Fannie Hardy Eckstrom, Indian Place-Names of the Penobscot Valley and the Maine Coast; Univ of Maine Press; Orono, Maine 1974 (original 1941)

External links

  • "Passagassawakeag River". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey, United States Department of the Interior. 30 September 1980. Retrieved 2010-06-17.

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