Some early morning sunlight falls on the inner driveways of the Portland Company along the waterfront. It's a nine acre industrial site on the eastern end of the waterfront. Established in 1846 as a locomotive foundry to build railroad equipment for the connection between Portland and Montreal, it has quite an interesting history indeed. Today, Portland Yacht Services is the main resident, with its marina and full service yard; although there are 15 or so other tenants scattered about. Entertaining Jersey in the Old Port and keeping tabs on my brother hanging around the 'golden dome' are my plans for the afternoon.