september 2nd to move the "eyesore" of the property. according to our reluctant high school tour guides, the innards and the weather vane were stripped and sold in the 80s. all that remains a is weathered facade of a somewhat structurally unsound room.
the biddeford city hall [in its second coming] was built in 1860, burned in 1895, and was rebuilt on the same foundation to what exists today. my picture [unintentionally] was taken from pretty much the exact spot as the 1909 pic as well as this postcard.