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Advie Bridge

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Advie Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Advie
To:  Straan
Location
Advie
County
Moray
Highway Authority
Moray
Opening Date
1921-2
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Concrete Bridge
On road(s)
C1149 (Highland)

Between Grantown on Spey and Craigellachie, the River Spey meanders back and forth between the A95 and B9102 which run along either side of the valley. At Advie it is the B9102s turn to run along the rivers banks, with the bridge leading almost straight off the junction.

The Bridge

Advie Bridge is a concrete structure of three spans, with two intermediate piers in the water. The deck is carried on concrete beams, with concrete parapets on either side. It was built in 1922 to carry the Single track road from Advie across the river to the B9102 on the western bank. There is some graffiti on the underside of the deck which dates back to the 1930s, but seemingly nothing post war!




Advie Bridge
Related Pictures
View gallery (4)
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Crossings of the River Spey & Tributaries
River SpeyGarva Bridge • Spey Dam Bridge • Laggan Bridge • Spey Bridge (Newtonmore) • Ruthven Bridge • Kincraig Bridge • Spey Bridge (Aviemore) • Boat of Garten Bridge • Broomhill Bridge • New Speybridge • Old Speybridge • Cromdale Bridge • Advie Bridge • Blacksboat Bridge • Carron Bridge (Speyside) • Craigellachie Bridge • Boat O'Brig • Fochabers Bridge
River FiddichBridge of Fiddich • Bridge of Poolinch • Bridge of Auchindoun • Bridgehaugh
Avon & LivetBridge of Avon (Ballindalloch) • Silver Bridge (Strathavon) • Bridge of Avon (Tomintoul) •  • Drumin Bridge • Bridge of Livet (Glenlivet) • Bridge of Livet (Tomnavoulin)
River DulnainDulnain Bridge • Carr Bridge • A9 Dulnain Bridge • Sluggan Bridge
Other Tributary CrossingsTromie Bridge • Feshie Bridge • Coylum Bridge • Nethy Bridge



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