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Approaching Kingussie from the west.jpg
Approaching Kingussie from the west
B848.jpg
The B848 before it was replaced by the A889 This page contains scans from a map that is believed may be out of copyright according to UK Crown Copyright, UK Copyright Law for other maps published in the United Kingdom, or Irish Government Copyright, is not being used to generate profit in this context, and presents information that cannot be exhibited otherwise.
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Newtonmore - Geograph - 513836.jpg
Newtonmore
A86-snow-laggan-dam.jpg
The snowy A86 at the Laggan Dam.
A86-snow-roybr.jpg
The snowy A86 just east of Roy Bridge.
A82-a86.jpg
The A82/A86 junction at Spean Bridge
Spean-br1.jpg
Telford's bridge over the River Spean at ... Spean Bridge!
Laggan-br1.jpg
The New Laggan Bridge on the A86, alongside the abutments for the previous crossings.
Old A9 Newtonmore - Coppermine - 1089.jpg
Old A9 Newtonmore

A shot of the A9 in Newtonmore circa 1962

OP AL70

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 19, 2005 by M4Simon
A86-newtonmore1.jpg
The A86 passing through Newtonmore.
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Interesting concrete bridge at entrance to Newtonmore
A86-newtonmore3.jpg
The A86 between Newtonmore and Kingussie, with cycle track to left.
A9-milepost.jpg
A9 Milepost on A86 between Newtonmore and Kingussie!
Drumgask1.jpg
The Drumgask junction between the A86 and A889, quarter of a mile south of Laggan Bridge. There is also an emergency phone here!
A86-allt-br1.jpg
Is this the biggest bridge you've never heard of? The A86 crosses the Allt na h-Uamha on this magnificent concrete arch.
A86-allt-br2.jpg
The bridge across the Allt na h-Uamha as seen from the A86.
A86-allt-br3.jpg
Another view of the Allt na h-Uamha bridge, showing the depth of the chasm more clearly
A86-allt-br4.jpg
This grassy strip shows the alignment of the road constructed by Telford 200 years ago, and in use until the new bridge opened in the 1930s. Any evidence of the old bridge has disappeared however.
A86-allt-br5.jpg
Looking across the Allt na h-Uamha Bridge on the A86 above Loch Laggan.
A86-moy-br1.jpg
The old bridge across the Moy Burn at Moy on the A86 above Loch Laggan
A86-moy-br2.jpg
The new bridge across the Moy Burn at Moy on the A86 above Loch Laggan, constructed in 1993
A86-old-moy1.jpg
The old A86 snaking past the ruinous Moy Farmhouse above Loch Laggan
A86-moy-br3.jpg
Looking across the old Moy Bridge at Moy on the A86 above Loch Laggan.
A86-moy-br4.jpg
The old Moy Bridge on the A86, clearly showing Telford's original structure and the concrete added to widen the bridge in the 1930s.
A86-roy-br1.jpg
Roy Bridge across the River Roy at Roy Bridge on the A86!
A86-roy-br3.jpg
I have tried to highlight the remains of the old bridge in the foreground, while the newer bridge soars behind.
A86-roy-br2.jpg
Looking across Roy Bridge on the A86
A86-roy-br4.jpg
A close up of the foundations for the older bridge at Roy Bridge. With so little left it is difficult to know what the bridge would have originally looked like.
B9152-sign1.jpg
Patched sign on the B9152 at the A9 junction south of Aviemore. The Coylumbridge patch presumably covers A951, Aviemore the A9, but what about Kincraig?
A86 near Tulloch.jpg
The A86 looking eastbound near Tulloch Farm.

 

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