Created 5-Jan-13
360 photos, 8 videos

This gallery represents a 9+ months-long photography project documenting the demolition of a Maine icon and an American treasure. Rusted and crumbling due to lack of maintenance, it has been out of use since December 2006.

When this gallery is completed, it will include a mix of some of my best photography work and photos that serve just as documentary due to unfavorable lighting and/or weather conditions or limited proximity to the subject.

Images are still being added. Having taken thousands of images during the demolition, they will not all be uploaded. If there is something you don't see that you are interested in, please send me a note via the "Contact" link above to inquire.

Anyone interested in purchasing images have a variety of products from which to choose.

BLAST from ACOE Suspender Cut Test

ACOE suspender Cut Test on 9/25/2012

ACOE suspender Cut Test on 9/25/2012

Debris Falling

Debris Falling

Traffic Protected From Blast

Traffic Protected From Blast

Birds Avoid Bridge Activity/Noise

Birds Avoid Bridge Activity/Noise

Coast Guard

Coast Guard

Cormorants Avoid Bridge Activity/Noise

Cormorants Avoid Bridge Activity/Noise

Great Blue Heron

Great Blue Heron

After ACOE Suspender Cut Test

After ACOE Suspender Cut Test

Air Force Jet

Air Force Jet

"Demolition in Progress" Sign

"Demolition in Progress" Sign

Earth-moving Equipment

Earth-moving Equipment

Bucksport

Bucksport

Earth Moving Equipment

Earth Moving Equipment

Categories & Keywords
Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Bridges
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:Penobscot river estuary, american bridge company, bridge, bridge demolition, bucksport, david steinman, demolition, engineer, maine, penobscot river, prospect, steel bridge, steinman, stockton springs, suspension bridge, verona island, waldo hancock bridge demolition, waldo-hancock bridge