Connolly, et al. v. Maine Central Railroad Co., 2011 ME 108 (Me. Sup. Jud. Ct. 2011)

(plaintiff landowner sued defendant seeking right-of-way over defendant's property; at time strip of land in issue conveyed to defendant's predecessor-in-interest, land used for farming, but railroad track later built; no easement reserved over conveyed land; plaintiff sought easement to install utility lines over track; implied easement found to exist which was limited in scope). 

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