Time seems frozen at the mouth of Back Cove.
Despite restless tides and the nearby rush of interstate traffic, one corner of the store seems remarkably unchanged: the B&M Baked Beans factory.
Since 1913, the four-story building in Portland has been churning out canned food. Today, inside and out, it looks relatively unchanged – a living time capsule from the era of silent films, World War I and the early days of assembly lines. This year, B&M celebrates its 150th anniversary.