|Location Map ( geo)|
|Perth and Kinross|
The bridge across the River Earn at Forteviot is a 5 arch stone bridge dating back to 1766. Despite the age, the roadway is wide enough for two cars to pass, and this without any evidence that the bridge has been widened. Of the 5 arches, the four across the river are identical, while a fifth smaller arch spans the southern bank to act as a flood arch.
Small triangular shaped refuges feature above the piers on both sides of the bridge, rising from the cutwaters, and the cutwaters on the upstream side of the bridge have been reinforced by concrete to help protect the structure against the large volume of water that can flow down the River Earn.
Immediately to the north of the bridge, the road forks with the B934 turning west to meet the A9, while the B9112 heads east into Perth. The junction is a straightforward give-way, albeit with the western arm of the B934 as a TOTSO.