Maine is so full of beautiful old things to discover. We are truly blessed in our state to still have such incredible historic sights. An Cony High friend of mine works for Saco River Community Television these days. His name is Patrick Bonsant and he recently shot terrific videography of an arch bridge in Bristol that is believed to have been there since the 18th century.

Watch as Patrick takes us to this magical Maine spot through his lens.

According to the video,

"The Arch Bridge is an historic stone arch bridge, carrying Benner Road over the Pemaquid River near the village of Bristol Falls in Bristol, Maine."

 

"The bridge is one of Maine's oldest bridges and is remarkably well-preserved for it's age."

The way the arch reflects in the river is such peaceful calming beauty. Enjoy.

Stone Arch Bridge, Pemaquid River, Bristol, Maine from srctv on Vimeo.