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A town feature that operates during daylight hours in Summer to let boats pass in and out of the harbor. Fun to watch as all automobile and pedestrian traffic grinds to a halt as the bridge man operates the gates and the bridge.
This small drawbridge on Water Street seems to up and down frequently during the daylight hours. We were lucky to see it go up and down during each of our 2 trips. The whole process does not take long. It's cool!😎
I am probably a little biased. I have lived in communities with a drawbridge and when you are trying to get some place in a hurry they are really annoying. With that being said I can understand the fascination if you have not seen them,...More
There is something historical and intriguing about drawbridges. Whether over a castle mote or a river there is something fascinating about them. This one at Woods Hole seems a throw back. Located on Water Street it spans the channel between Eel Pond and Great Harbor....More