Based on recent personal observations, it appears that NY 22's north end has been moved from the Quebec border at QC 219 and is now at US 11 in Mooers (pronounced "Moores"). Any remnants of NYSDOT signage has been removed between US 11 and QC 219, except for a bold button copy sign that greets you southbound just before the U.S. Customs station. There is also end signage on NY 22 northbound at US 11, I am told. However, there is nothing that shows this on the NYSDOT website. If anyone has more evidence of this, please respond.
Spanning over the Ossipee River on the border between Porter in Oxford County, Maine and Parsonsfield in York County, Maine is the 152 foot long Porter-Parsonsfield Covered Bridge. The Porter-Parsonsfield Bridge is built in a Paddleford truss design, which is commonly found among covered bridges in the New England states. The covered bridge is the third bridge located at this site, with the first two bridges built in 1800 and 1808. However, there seems to be some dispute for when the covered bridge was built. There is a plaque on the bridge that states that the bridge may have been built in 1876, but in my research, I have found that this bridge may have been built in 1859 instead. That may check out since a number of covered bridges in northern New England were built or replaced around 1859 after a really icy winter. The year that the Porter-Parsonsfield Covered Bridge was built was not the only controversy surrounding its construction. There was a dispute over building and maintain