Created 10-Jan-13
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The Penobscot Narrows Bridge & Observatory is the tallest public bridge observatory in the world! It spans over the Penobscot River estuary between the shores of Prospect and Verona Island, Maine. It is also the first cable stayed bridge built in Maine. The Observatory is located in the Prospect bridge tower and is accessible through nearby Fort Knox on Rt. 174. The Observatory is a lofty 437 feet above the Penobscot River, offering 360 views of the surrounding area.
Observatory at NightRainbowPenobscot Narrows Observatory BacklitBlue Moon Setting - Verona Island TowerPenobscot Narrows Bridge & Observatory at NightObservatory View of Night TrafficFall Foliage and River FogGorgeous Sunlit Sumac - Fall ColorsRoad to the ObservatoryScenic TurnoutEast Towers of Waldo-Hancock Bridge and Penbscot Narrows BridgePenobscot River From Top Observatory DeckMorning Fog Surrounds Verona Island TowerObservatory View of Cable StaysPenobscot Narrows Bridge Night TrafficSunrise Through the Cable StaysJanuary Startrails - Penobscot Narrows Observatory

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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Bridges
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