top of page

Railroad bridge across Sheepscot River, built in 1901 as part of the narrow-gage Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railroad. The bridge has a remarkable variety of spans including 8 wooden stringer spans,  a through-plate girder bascule, 2 Warren through truss spans, and the large sixteen panel Pennsylvania through truss. Beyond are Wiscasset village and Route 1 bridge.

Wiscasset Railroad Bridge

  • Prints are 24" W x 13.5" H. Dye sublimation metal print. Satin finish. Exhibit mount: aluminum sheet has styrene laminate backing and 3/4" inset frame. Ready to hang by pre-leveled French cleat or by picture hook.


    Contact by phone or email for custom sizes or mountings.

  • Shipping and handling to your address. $30

bottom of page