This article is about the Class III road numbered C1139 maintained by Highland Council.
For other roads numbered C1139, see C1139
The C1139 is the direct route from Nethy Bridge to the A95, crossing the River Spey. It starts at a near hairpin junction on the A95, dropping down the hill to Broomhill Station, and then turning to cross over the railway. After a short run alongside the tracks, the road turns again to cross Broomhill Bridge over the Spey, with another sharp bend on the south bank. It opens up as a straighter road after that, climbing slightly away from the river into the village, finishing at a staggered crossroads with the C1124 next to the Nethy Bridge.