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B969-B970.jpg
The old B969 and B970 between Ballater and Balmoral 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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Insh Village - Geograph - 1163183.jpg
Insh Village
The Insh road - Geograph - 1011184.jpg
The Insh road
B970 Through Nethy Bridge - Geograph - 622876.jpg
B970 Through Nethy Bridge
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Old sign heading north on B970 at Glen Feshie junction.
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Old sign heading south on B970 at Glen Feshie junction.
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The northern spans of Ruthven Bridge on the B970, crossing the River Spey
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Looking north across Ruthven Bridge on the B970, crossing the River Spey
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The causeway on the northern approach to Ruthven Bridge on the B970.
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Detail of the Truss meeting the pier on Ruthven Bridge on the B970.
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The new Spey Bridge just to the south of Aviemore.
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The old Spey Bridge just to the south of Aviemore.
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The new bridge across the Spey at Boat of Garten
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Plaque recording the history of the bridge at Boat of Garten
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The bridge over the River Nethy on the B970 in Nethy Bridge
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Kingussie level crossing on B970
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Southbound sign for Glen Feshie Junction

Southbound sign for Glen Feshie Junction, similar sign going north, never took a shot :-(

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 15, 2007 by Nwallace
Bridge over the River Don - Geograph - 1737223.jpg
Bridge over the River Don
B970-kingussie.jpg
The B970, Ruthven Road, entering Kingussie
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?
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ADS on the approach to Inverdruie from the south on the B970. The patches here presumably cover up A951
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Flag signs at the junction at Inverdruie. The patches probably cover up A951
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Tromie Bridge, carrying the B970 across the River Tromie near Kingussie
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Looking across Tromie Bridge, which carries the B970 across the River Tromie near Kingussie
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Feshie Bridge, carrying the B970 over the River Feshie
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A close up of the slight widening of the approach to Feshie Bridge, which carries the B970 over the River Feshie
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Coylum Bridge on the B970
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Looking across Coylum Bridge on the B970, to the TOTSO, with the former A951 continuing east as the mainline
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Map, c.1977, showing the A9, B970 and A951 around Aviemore. 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.
If the copyright holder considers this is an infringement of their rights, please contact the site management team to discuss further steps.
B970 Feshiebridge - series of bends.jpg
Old series of bends warning on the B970 at Feshiebridge
B970 Glenfeshie - Pre-Worboys direction.jpg
Pre-Worboys direction sign on B970 at Glenfieshie, having been cleaned and mounted on new posts since it was seen here.
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The modern Bridge of Brown carrying the A939 across the Burn of Lochy at the bottom of a steep glen.
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The old Bridge of Brown built by Caulfeild in 1754
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The old Bridge of Brown built by Caulfeild in 1754, showing the collapse that has occurred
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The bridge of Leachd on the A939 below the Lecht Summit
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Looking south along the A939 to the Lecht Summit from the Bridge of Leachd
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Looking south along the A939 from the Ski Centre to the Lecht Summit beyond.
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The two bridges across the River Don at Cock Bridge on the A939
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The older bridge across the River Don at Cock Bridge on the A939
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The newer bridge across the River Don at Cock Bridge on the A939
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The new bridge across the Cock Burn at Cock Bridge on the A939
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Delavine Bridge on the military road built by Caulfeild c1754. The bridge lies on the stretch of road now bypassed by the longer route of the A939
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The military road built by Caulfeild winds its way across this vast landscape towards the A939 to Braemar. Looking east across Tornahaish Bridge from Delavine
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The A939 heading north towards Colnabaichin Bridge, with the old military road to Corgarff forking off to the left.
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New and old bridges across the Tornahaish Burn on the A939
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Colnabaichin Bridge across the River Don on the A939
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Looking across Colnabaichin Bridge across the River Don on the A939, to the junction with the A944 beyond
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The Junction at Colnabaichin Bridge where the A944 (ahead) terminates on the A939

 
 
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