The island of Bridgeport lies just across the shore from the ruins of Bellevue. it is a small small but prosperous community made up mostly of farmers (south side of the island) and fishers who call this little secure spot home. Bridgeport is famous for the giant bridge mooring that lies on the north end, which forms the foundation for the docks thanks to the reinforced concrete structure. Only the support pillar remains of the once impressive bridge. Bridgeport is also notable for the services it provides to scavengers and other archaeologists headed to the nearby ruins the spires of which are visible just across the Medina Straight.