Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Bridge to Nowhere

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The bridge you see was once known as the Carlton Bridge and it spanned the Kennebec River in Maine connecting the Ship Building City of Bath and the town Woolwich but it's been replaced by a new bridge, to the left of the tracks, which is named the Sagadahoc Bridge, named after the county in Maine.

Bath , home to the General Dynamics Company "Bath Iron Works", just to the right of the "bridge to nowhere you can see the cranes which are a part of the shipyard, which has built and or designed hundreds of military vessels including today's most advanced class of Destroyer.

The Works is one of Maine's largest employers.

I was trying out the Panoramic Feature on my Fuji Camera..Still working on technique !!

Have a great day


choochoo said...

Bridge to nowhere... Seriously? That bridge goes all the way from maine to hellhole? Wow. Stop by for coffee some time, then.

Rain said...

I am looking forward to more panoramic pictures :)

My new camera has the same feature to bad I did not have it when I was in Maui.