Bailey Island Bridge

Bailey Island Bridge

The bridge connecting Orr’s Island to Bailey Island, far out in Casco Bay, is one of Maine’s more photographed sites. Also known as the Cribstone Bridge, it’s a low and graceful arc of granite slabs stacked in a cribbing pattern, with space in between so the tide can come and out freely.

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