Photo Pages. Photos on this page are from sub-basin West Branch Sheepscot
and series Restoration- ATV Trail/Farm Access Road in West Br..
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Several culverts were installed to replace collapsed rock culverts where small tributaries cross the road. The inlets and outlets of these culverts were stabilized with rocks. Photo by M. Laser July 2004.
Geotextile fabric and drainage culverts were installed to firm up the road. Eight inches of gravel was placed on top of the gravel. Photo by M. Laser July 2004.
To drain water away from the river (on the right), the road was shaped and ditches were installed. Photo by M. Laser July 2004.
This old county road, which is now privately owned, was severely impacted by ATV use, making in impassable by farm machines. This photo shows an old rock culvert that has collapsed. This area is about 50 feet from the West Branch (on the left). Photo by M. Laser July 2003.
This area of the road is about 30 feet from the West Branch (on the right). The sunken road collects water which is held there by the clay banks. Photo by M. Laser July 2003.
This area of the road is only 10 feet from the West Branch. ATV riders cut holes in the banks of the road to drain the water to the river (on the right). Photo by M. Laser July 2003.
This area of the road is through a wetland. The road is about 100 feet from the river (on the left). Photo by M. Laser July 2003.