A 200 year-old single arch, cast iron bridge by Thomas Telford.
The Craigellachie bridge spans the river Spey at the village of Craigellachie, is the oldest cast iron bridge in Scotland.
The bridge was built by the famous engineer Thomas Telford between 1812 and 1814. It features two sets of mock-Medieval turrets, standing 15 feet high on each side of the river.
It's possible to cross the bridge on foot, but the best views are from the walkway of the modern replacement.
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