There is every indication that a bridge has crossed the River Ericht somewhere near here for over 200 years. However, at present no description has been found of such a structure, instead all we have is the modern concrete bridge that spans the river today. However, assuming that there was once an older structure here, it is likely that it was similar to the Bridge of Gaur and Kinloch Rannoch Bridge, both of which were funded by the annexed estates in the 1760s.
The modern bridge
The current bridge is a concrete structure, bearing much in common with the A82 bridges on the far side of Rannoch Moor (see Ba Bridge for an example). Whether this dates it to the 1930s when plans were afoot to build a road across Rannoch Moor from Rannoch Station to Kingshouse, or whether it was re-constructed with the Hydro scheme in the 1950s is uncertain.