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Bridge of Logie

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Bridge of Logie
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From:  Ferness
To:  Logie
Location
Logie
County
Moray
Highway Authority
Moray
Opening Date
1783
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Arch Bridge
On road(s)
B9007

The Bridge of Logie spans the River Divie just above its confluence with the Findhorn. The road drops sharply from the south, winding down through trees to the bridge which has sharp bends at either end, that to the north a little gentler. The bridge is a single span stone arch dating from the 1780s and carries a wide single track roadway - it is likely that some narrow cars can pass on the bridge, but it is not to be recommended!





Bridge of Logie
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Crossings of the River Findhorn & Tributaries
River FindhornFindhorn Bridge • Tomatin Viaduct • Dulsie Bridge • Logie Bridge • Bridge of Findhorn
River DivieBridge of Bantrach • Bridge of Divie • Bridge of Logie
Dorback BurnBridge of Dava

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