Parsonsfield-Porter Bridge
Parsonsfield-Porter Bridge

The Parsonsfield-Porter Bridge was built over the Ossipee River in 1859. The bridge is a 152-foot structure of Paddleford construction strengthened with laminated wooded arches. The bridge, located one half mile south of Porter, was closed to traffic in 1960 when a new bridge was built upstream. For more information and directions, contact the Maine Department of Transportation.

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