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Cobleland Bridge

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Cobleland Bridge
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From:  Glasgow
To:  Callander
Highway Authority
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Additional Information
List No:  LB4211  (Cat B)
Bridge Type:  Stone Arch Bridge
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Cobleland Bridge

Cobleland Bridge is an 18th century 2-arched stone bridge carrying an unclassified road across the River Forth some 1.9 miles (3.1 kilometres) south of Aberfoyle in west Stirlingshire. The bridge was constructed around 1752, a two-span rubble bridge with segmented arched spans. The bridge was repaired in 1779. It carried the main road (A81) from Glasgow to Callander and Aberfoyle until the mid 20th century when it was superseded by the adjacent concrete bridge. The old bridge remains in use, however, carrying the minor road to Gartmore.


Historic Environment Scotland

Cobleland Bridge
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Crossings of the River Forth & Teith
River ForthCobleland Bridge • A81 Forth Bridge • Cardross Bridge • Poldar Bridge • Bridge of Frew • Gargunnock Bridge • Drip Bridge • M9 Forth Bridge • Stirling Bridges • Taylorton Bridge • Clackmannanshire Bridge • Kincardine Bridge • Queensferry Crossing • Forth Road Bridge
River TeithKilmahog Bridge • Callander Bridge • Doune Bridge
Allan WaterKinbuck Bridge • Dunblane Bridge • Bridge of Allan

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