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A9 Dulnain Bridge

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Dulnain Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
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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.





A9 Dulnain Bridge
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