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Lincoln, Maine

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High Street Bridge, Lincoln, ca. 1903

Contributed by Lincoln Historical Society
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High Street Bridge, Lincoln, ca. 1903
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This is the High Street Bridge built in the early 1900s. Note the stone piers. This was built after the wooden bridge washed out by a Spring flood in 1902. The large white building on the right is the Plumly Building, home of the Post Office in Lincoln. The home in the center belonged to Ira Fish. His large barn is also shown. Town Meetings were once held in this building.

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