This bridge was the view from my room at the Bailey Island Motel. I went on a boat ride under the bridge and was amazed to see all the granite that had been stacked to form the bridge. I was told that there was not one means of connecting any of the granite. It was all stacked to remain that...
We were staying at a rental home that required us to go over this bridge every day. I wouldn't drive far to see it, but if you are close by, it truly is an engineering marvel. You can also walk across it.
This is a fabulous wooden structure. It is narrow, so beware of you have a camper, trailer of large pickup. There is a separate pedestrian / bike path, and that's the way to go.
There are good views from Cooks and Morse's.
The bridge is a piece of history and being able to drive over and walk across the only know cribstone bridge in the world was very cool. The bridge has a sidewalk which allows you to safely walk or cycle across. A great example of Maine ingenuity.
The way this bridge is built, makes it the only one of it's type in the world. It is narrow and some people may not like driving over it. It's the only way to get to the island unless you go by boat. Great views from the bridge of the harbor and ocean.