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Crossing the swinging bridge is a unique experience since it really does swing as people walk across it. It reminded me of a similar bridge in Hawaii. The bridge is part of a nice quiet woodsy riverside walk, and is also a remnant of Topsham's...More
We were staying with friends and walked to this bridge (about a mile) twice during our visit. Historical poster explains the original bridge that was on this site. Bridge has been updated and affords great views of the Androscoggin River. Benches on the shore allow...More
there is free parking, but it can be a hassle. must be patient. if you are looking for a fantastic view, this is not the place. if you are in to something historical, then i suggest you see this. originally built in 1892 and later...More
it is really difficult to park and even more difficult to exit the parking area, so be patient. The bridge is suspended by cables and does move when you walk on it. The view from the bridge is nothing special and there didn't seem to...More
I love this bridge. It has,a lot of history. It was originally built so local mill workers could get to work. Local non profit organizations came to the rescue of this bridge. A yearly road race is a big source of funding
My husband and I enjoy searching out different things....historical,or oddities.This swinging pedestrian bridge was originally built in 1892,restored in 2007. Free parking but limited.We did walk across it,yes it moves especially at the ends.Nice view,and there is a very small beach area,so we did walk...More