Carr Bridge - the old bridge - Scotland

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    The River Dulnain, a tributary of the Spey, is usually a quiet wee thing, but on the day my camera and I visited the river was in spate and the orginal bridge made a nice frame! This bridge has long since been replaced by a road bridge but remains as a monument to 16th century architecture.

    This bridge is right in the middle of the village of Carr Bridge.

    Moe Joe, gp37, TKGunn, selcuk.aral, and 108 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. OvBismarck 58 months ago | reply

      Now that's what I'm talking about!

    2. Blyzz 58 months ago | reply

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    3. stephee 58 months ago | reply

      This is lovely... I have been staring at this for a while now trying to figure out how they would have built such a thing. Very neat bridge.

    4. tbegor 56 months ago | reply

      What a wonderful shot!

      Beautiful and Inspiring!

      Seen in Philippians 4:8

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    7. Valerio_D 53 months ago | reply

      wonderful shot!!

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    9. Leonard Davich 49 months ago | reply

      Tried to fish in Scotland once, it always rained and this is how I remember streams looking like. Nice shot

    10. austr07 45 months ago | reply

      Great shot of this very old bridge. Lovely autumn like colours in the foilage. They certainly knew how to build things to last. Interesting reading on this packhorse style bridge.The town and the area sounds like a great place to visit. Maybe for the Golden Spurtle one day. You learn something everyday here on flickr. Until now I had never heard of this bridge, I had not known what a Spurtle was and I now know that an American beat a Scotsman in 2009 in this competition of a traditional Scottish dish.

    11. RobertoBianconi 44 months ago | reply

      Very nice shot!! Compliments!

    12. Paul_Fisher 44 months ago | reply

      stunning shot!

    13. Jodyvoshrotterdam 43 months ago | reply

      very, very, very nice shot,... what else can I say???/

    14. Tawaw 36 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot, David. Magnificent! Very interesting bridge.

    15. conner395 23 months ago | reply

      [EXPLORE] Highest position: 175 on Friday, February 15, 2008

    16. Liisamaria 15 months ago | reply

      Very beautiful picture!

    17. Gook the Goblin 15 months ago | reply

      Magnificent shot Dave.

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