The old bridge across the Livet at Tomnavoulin was built in the late 18th Century by the Duke of Gordon as part of a road from Glenlivet through to Tomintoul, where it linked up with the existing military road (now the A939). The bridge is a single span hump-backed stone arch, carrying a narrow roadway.
The New Bridge
A little downstream, a new bridge has been built to carry two carriageways on a straighter alignment. This bridge is a single span concrete structure, similar to others in the area.