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After 81 years of spanning the Penobscot River estuary, providing the means for millions of travelers to cross from Prospect to Verona Island and vice-versa, this magnificent, elegant historic bridge is being demolished. It has been replaced by Penobscot Narrows Bridge & Observatory, home of the world's tallest public bridge observatory.

Update: As of June 12, 2013, removal of the Waldo-Hancock Bridge was completed and the suspension bridge no longer stands over the Penobscot River.

*Most beautiful bridge of it's class
October Sunrise at Waldo-Hancock BridgeDriving on Waldo-Hancock BridgeBoat ViewRainbow Over the BridgesScenic Turnout - Prospect, MaineHistoric Waldo-Hancock Bridge with "Supermoon" RisingSunriseFresh CatchWatching Over the Osprey ChickFeeding the FamilyPair of Peregrine FalconsSummertimeWaldo-Hancock Bridge Fall FoliageStill Elegant

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