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Re: Highest house number with…
by jgharston View the latest post
Tue Dec 07, 2021 02:42
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Achnambeithach Bridge :
After passing Loch Achtriochtan as we descend Glen Coe, we reach Achnambeithach Bridge over the River Coe. Through the glen, there are several bridges and culverts crossing small streams. These bridges are all dated 1929/1930, and several cross stream beds which appear dry for much of the time, and raging torrents the rest of the time! The original bridge across the Coe would have been very similar to
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