The Craigellachie bridge is a 200 year-old single arch, cast iron structure located in the village of Craigellachie and spans the river Spey. It was built by famous engineer Thomas Telford between 1812 and 1814, making it Scotland’s oldest cast iron bridge. The two sets of mock-Medieval turrets standing 15 feet high on each side offer an impressive sight from either the footbridge or its modern replacement walkway for those seeking to admire its beauty without crossing it directly.
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