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The Porter-Parsonsfield Bridge is a covered bridge in western Maine, and one of the few 19th-century covered bridges left in the state. The bridge was built in 1878 and spans the Ossipee River between the towns of Porter and Parsonsfield. It features a Paddleford truss design which has been strengthened with laminated arches. Don’t miss out on seeing this original covered bridge!

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