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The Gairnshiel Bridge
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This steeply arched bridge was built in 1751 and crosses the River Gairn with lovely views and photo opportunities.

The Gairnshiel Bridge originally formed part of the network of military roads in the region built by General Caulfield.  It now carries the modern A939 public road which follows the line of the older road.

There is an 18-tonne weight restriction and so larger vehicles and coaches may need to consider an alternative route.

Opening times

Daylight hours only.

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