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Bridge of Oich, Invergarry

#57 of 77 in Historic Sites in Scottish Highlands
Bridge · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
The Bridge of Oich (also known as Victoria Bridge, Aberchalder) is a taper principle suspension bridge, designed by James Dredge, across the River Oich near Aberchalder in Highland, Scotland. The bridge opened in 1854 and was used to take the main road traffic over the river until 1932.
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  • Worth a quick visit and easy to imagine it’s importance in the past Seeing the river gushing below is lovely Keep a look out for swallows feeding on the abundance of insects below the road bridge  more »
  • If you travel in that part of Scotland and wants to learn a bit about bridges in a nice surrounding then this is the place  more »
  • Beautiful area. Old, hydraulic swing bridge. Moored up next to the bridge and was warmly welcomed by the attendant. Worth a visit.
  • It's a bridge, nothing more or less. Fantastic views, an active swing bridge next to it and a fair bit of history. Oh, and views. Stunning views
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