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A9 Dulnain Bridge

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Dulnain Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
A9 River Dulnain - aerial from SW.jpg
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From:  Aviemore
To:  Carrbridge
County
Inverness-shire
Highway Authority
Transport Scotland
Opening Date
1981
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Concrete Bridge
On road(s)
A9

The A9 Dulnain Bridge is a large steel and concrete structure that spans the River Dulnain. From the north it is lead up to by a large embankment which runs parallel to the railway line. It has 2 concrete towers, similar in design to the Slochd bridge further north but much slender and smaller. The only way to get a good look at the bridge is to see it from the train and offers a good view of the structure.

Minor bridges

There are two smaller bridges to the north and south of the bridge but are very basic beam bridges which span a small stream to the north and an unclassified road to the south.

Crossing the Baddengorm Burn





A9 Dulnain Bridge
Related Pictures
View gallery (6)
A9 Dulnain bridge.jpgA9 Dulnain Bridge.jpgA9 River Dulnain - aerial from SW.jpgA9 River Dulnain - north embankment aerial.jpgA9 Baddengorm Burn - aerial looking north.jpg


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