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Robyville Bridge Corinth, Maine

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Driving Directions

  • Beginning at the post office in Kenduskeag, Maine, travel along ME-15 / Broadway toward Ames Road for 2.3 miles.
  • Turn left onto Cushman Road and travel for 1.1 miles.
  • Turn left onto Grant Road, and then immediately turn right onto Covered Bridge Road. Travel for 0.3 miles.
  • The last intersection is Fitz Lane.
    If you reach Black Road, you've gone too far.

This bridge, the only completely shingled covered bridge in the State, was built in 1876. The supporting members are the Long truss design and span 73 feet between the stone abutments.

The bridge crosses Kenduskeag Stream in Robyville Village in the town of Corinth about three miles northwest of Kenduskeag Village. The bridge was reinforced in 1984 to carry local traffic.


This is a picture of the Robyville bridge




This page last updated on 4/1/14