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A98 near Craigmaud - Geograph - 538674.jpg
A98 near Craigmaud
A98 Deveron Bridge - Coppermine - 9301.jpg
Side view of the A98 Deveron Bridge

This is the view from Banff of the Deveron Bridge, part of the A98, which links the historic fishing towns (and sworn enemies!) of Banff and Macduff.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 22, 2006 by SuperLez
A98 Deveron Bridge - Coppermine - 9300.jpg
View over the A98 Deveron Bridge from the Banff side Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 22, 2006 by SuperLez
A98 Deveron Bridge - Coppermine - 9298.jpg
A98 Deveron Bridge from Macduff side Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 22, 2006 by SuperLez
Macduff, here we come! - Coppermine - 9297.jpg
Macduff, here we come! Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 22, 2006 by SuperLez
A98 A947 junction - Coppermine - 9296.jpg
The junction with the A947 Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 22, 2006 by SuperLez
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Towards Macduff

This is the view of the A98 heading for Macduff later terminating in Fraserburgh(A90).

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 22, 2006 by SuperLez
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Approach to Banff

View of the A98 heading for Banff from the Deveron Bridge. The road runs through Portsoy and Cullen before terminating at a roundabout in Fochabers(A96)

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 22, 2006 by SuperLez
Welcome to Banff - Coppermine - 9293.jpg
Welcome to Banff Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 22, 2006 by SuperLez
River Deveron - Coppermine - 9292.jpg
River Deveron

Now you know why the bridge got its name!

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Nov 22, 2006 by SuperLez
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Banff Bridge
The elegant seven-arched bridge over the River Deveron is a Category 'A' listed building. It was designed by John Smeaton to replace an earlier bridge washed away in 1768. Originally built in 1779, it was widened in 1881 by engineer John Willett. It carries the main A98 and is always busy with traffic, as shown in this view.
Fochabers East Roundabout 1.jpg
Approaching Fochabers East Roundabout on the A96 Fochabers Bypass
Fochabers East Roundabout 2.jpg
Fochabers East Roundabout on the A96 and A98 with temporary direction signs, prior to the opening of the Fochabers bypass
Fochabers East Roundabout 3.jpg
Fochabers East Roundabout on the A96 and A98, prior to the full opening of the Fochabers bypass
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Fochabers
Fochabers Bypass, Winter 2011 - Geograph - 2742057.jpg
Fochabers Bypass, Winter 2011
Roundabouts Rule OK! - Geograph - 2742053.jpg
Roundabouts Rule OK!

 

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