Westbrook, ME 04092
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Westbrook is a city in Cumberland County, Maine, United States. The population was 16,142 at the 2000 census. The settlement here was first established in 1814 as Saccarappa. Originally part of Falmouth, the city was incorporated in 1891 and is named for an early settler, Col. Thomas Westbrook. The Presumpscot River flows through the center of the city, with two prominent falls (Sacarappa Falls and Congin Falls) providing an ideal location for early mills. The smaller Stroudwater River also flows through the southwestern part of the city.
The historic Oxford & Cumberland Canal, once the primary commercial route for goods between the Lakes Region of Maine and Portland, also flowed through the city. Remnants of the canal can still be seen throughout the city, including Beaver Pond, along Stroudwater Street near the Maine Turnpike overpass, and in the woods between Westbrook High School and Canal Elementary School.
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