Sunday River or Artist covered bridge, Newry, Maine
In Rockport you have Motif #1 with its reputation as the most photographed or painted building in New England. Well when it comes to Covered bridges, the Sunday River covered bridge has earned the reputation as the most painted or photographed covered bridge in Maine. It’s now referred to as the Artist covered bridge.
I’m going to keep this a short article (about the artist covered bridge in Maine) and just let you take in the different views that I took on 3 Oct. Even though I had good later afternoon light I think you would get some better color 3-5 days later (depending on how the year is going).
Directions for finding the bridge
- Beginning at the Post Office in Newry, Maine, head northeast toward Sunday River Road for 63 feet.
- Turn left onto Sunday River Road and travel for 0.1 miles.
- Keep right to stay on Sunday River Road
for 1.6 miles.
- Arrive at the bridge. The last intersection is Monkey Brook Road. If you reach Roderick Road, you’ve gone too far.
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