MAINE’S PINE TREE TRAIL
AS PASSED BY THE
STATE OF MAINE
AN ACT Designating a Certain Road as "Pine Tree Trail."
Be it enacted by the People of the State of Maine, as follows: "Pine Tree Trail" designated. The road leading from Portland through Auburn, Lewiston, Winthrop, Augusta, Belgrade, Oakland, Waterville, Pittsfield, Newport, Bangor, Orono, Old Town, Lincoln, Mattawamkeag, and Macwahoc, Route A from Macwahoc to Houlton by way of Haynesville Route B-from Macwahoc to Houlton by way of Island Falls, from Houlton to Mars Hill,-Route A from Mars Hill to Fort Kent by way of Presque Isle, Caribou, and Van Buren-Route B-from Mars Hill by way of Ft. Fairfield, Limestone and Van Buren, is hereby designated as the "Pine Tree Trail." Approved March 29th 1937
Modern Route: Rte 100 from Portland to Bangor, Rte 2 from Bangor to Macwahoc, Rte's 2 & 2A north from Macwahoc to Houlton, Rte 1 from Houlton north to Mars Hill, Rte 1 from Mars Hill north to Fort Kent Rte. 1A & old Rte 165 from Mars Hill to Van Buren, then continued north to Fort Kent on Rte 1.
MAP & ATLAS SECTIONS OF MAINE'S PINE TREE TRAIL.
A Kittery to Portland section of PINE TREE TRAIL is listed on the Rand McNally & State Farm Road Atlases from 1938-1940's. EXAMPLE SHOWN ON "RED,WHITE & BLUE" MAP SECTION".