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The problem with the Kennebec is that there is no high ridges on either side of the river, especially on the east. A bridge would therefore have to rise from the surrounding countryside very high. It would destroy whatever natural conditions that exist.
If you couple that with the ferry service, It's my conclusion that a bridge would be far more costly over the decades than the ferry serice and far more destructive to the trail's feeling of wildness.