Contributed by Cornish Historical Society
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Station bridge between Cornish and West Baldwin over the Saco River during the flood of March 1936.
The view is looking east from Cornish into West Baldwin. The house on the far left, known as the Dow house, is still standing. The big barn on the right was torn down in the late 1990s.
The house on the far right was partially flooded and still exists.
About This Item
- Title: Station Bridge between Cornish and West Baldwin, March 1936
- Creator: Unknown
- Creation Date: 1936
- Subject Date: 1936
- Local Name: West Baldwin
- Town: Baldwin, Cornish
- County: Oxford, York
- State: ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Dimensions: 8.2 cm x 13.6 cm
- Local Code: B 20
- Object Type: Image
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Station Bridge (Cornish, Me.)--Flood damage--Photographs
- Bridges--Maine--West Baldwin
- Covered bridges--Maine--Cornish
- Covered bridges--Maine--West Baldwin
- Station Bridge (W. Baldwin, Me.)--Flood damage--Photographs
- Saco River (N.H. and Me.)--Photographs
- Architecture, buildings & monuments
- Cornish (Me.)
- Covered Bridges
- Description & views
- Nature, geography & animals
- Saco River (Cornish, Me.)
- Spring Floods
- Weather & disasters
- West Baldwin (Me.)
For more information about this item, contact:Cornish Historical Society
HC 69, Box 79, Cornish, ME 04020
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