Little River Lower Dam and US Route 1
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Little River Lower Dam and US Route 1

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About 2-1/2 miles south of the city center of Belfast, Maine, USA, US Route 1 crosses over the picturesque Little River. From the bridge, the view east is open to Penobscot Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, but the view west reveals the Little River Lower Dam. The 126 foot long dam holds back the Belfast Reservoir. It is constructed of concrete and dry stone masonry and has a hydraulic height of 30 feet.
This image was created in the early spring when the river runs high. In addition, high tide in the bay fills the basin at the base of the dam.

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