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Creagan Bridge :


The Creagan Bridge was originally built in 1903 as a Railway bridge, carrying the Ballachulish Branch of the Callander and Oban Railway. The line was largely financed and operated by the Caledonian Railway, who subsequently absorbed the C&O. It was originally intended to be the southern part of an Oban - Inverness line, but bickering between the 3 companies operating along the route led to most of the project being abandoned.

Following closure of the railway in March 1966, the bridge lay

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