A central Maine bridge will be replaced at a cost of $1.75 million. The Maine Department of Transportation said it is replacing the Hamlin Bridge, which takes Route 133 over Wilson Stream in Farmington.
The work began on July 12 and is scheduled to be finished by the end of November.
The bridge is located near Franklin Memorial Hospital, close to Routes 2 and 4. The transportation department said there will be a detour route in the area while the bridge is closed.
According to the Associated Press, the construction work is being done by T. Buck Construction of Turner.