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Covered Bridges in Maine
State of Maine

 
       Nine historic covered bridges still stand in the state of Maine. (At one time there were 120 of these bridges in the state, but natural elements and progress have unfortunally precipitated the demise of all but those now remaining.) Built between the mid 1800s and early 1900s, these wooden bridges crossed Maine's swifty moving rivers, allowing travelers in horsedrawn carriages to traverse the state's precipitous waterways without getting swept downstream. Today they present a wonderful "photo opportunity" for those wishing to photograph a bit of history! Click on the below links to learn more about these covered bridges, and other historic bridges of interest in the state of Maine. For a map of Maine (PDF file) click here.
 
4Aroostook County Region of Maine

Littleton: Watson Settlement Covered Bridge

4Down East & Acadia Regions of Maine

Prospect-Verona: Waldo-Hancock Bridge

4Maine Highlands & Moosehead Lake Regions of Maine

Corinth: Robyville Covered Bridge
Guilford-Sangerville: Lowes Covered Bridge

4Kennebec & Moose River Valleys Region of Maine

New Portland: Wire Bridge

4Mid Coast Region of Maine

Harpswell: Bailey Island Bridge
Prospect-Verona: Waldo-Hancock Bridge

4Greater Portland & Casco Bay Regions of Maine

No Listings

4South Coast Region of Maine

Lebanon: Grist Mill Bridge
York: Sewall's Bridge

4Western Mountains & Lakes Region of Maine

Andover: Lovejoy Covered Bridge
Fryeburg: Hemlock Covered Bridge
Lincoln Plantation: Bennett Bridge
Newry: Artist's (Sunday River) Covered Bridge
Porter: Parsonsfield-Porter Covered Bridge
South Windham: Babb's Covered Bridge

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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