Connel And North Connel
The small settlements of Connel and North Connel sit at opposite ends of Connel Bridge, found 5 miles north of Oban.
This majestic, steel cantilever bridge spans the sea-mouth of Loch Etive and was built in 1903 to take the railway line to Fort William. Today it supports the main A828 into Benderloch.
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