Craigellachie Bridge

[Craigellachie Bridge from the north side]

Tucked away next to the important Speyside road hub of Craigellachie is a majestic, cast iron bridge soaring above the River Spey, with castle-like towers flanking each end. Thomas Telford built this single arch span in the early 1800's, but it's now bypassed by the main road leaving it easy to explore on foot. The views from the bridge are good, but you should also take a short path from the car park down to the river bank to see the arch in its full glory - it's also a nice spot for a picnic on a sunny day.

[Southern approach to the bridge]

Name: Craigellachie Bridge ☆☆☆
Location: By the A941 / A95 junction, Craigellachie, G.R.: NJ 286452 / awoke breath joggers
Open: Always
Cost: Free

[View from the river bank]

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