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A828 Creagan Bridge - Coppermine - 18816.jpg
A828 Creagan Bridge Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 27, 2008 by Jack Russell
A828-Loch Creran - Coppermine - 11506.jpg
A828 original route around Loch Creran

The road used to flood at the head of Loch Creran if there was a combination of heavy rain and high tide. Traffic was diverted around up the drive to a private house at Druimavuich. This used to be done by a temporary sign in the road but eventually these automatic signs were installed either side of the area that flooded. The detector seems to be in the base of a post in middle of that section. Everything was wind and solar powered - the sign was only illuminated as a vehicle approached.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 04, 2007 by J--M--B
A828-Loch Creran - Coppermine - 11505.jpg
A828 original route around Loch Creran

The road used to flood at the head of Loch Creran if there was a combination of heavy rain and high tide. Traffic was diverted around up the drive to a private house at Druimavuich. This used to be done by a temporary sign in the road but eventually these automatic signs were installed either side of the area that flooded. The detector seems to be in the base of a post in middle of that section. Everything was wind and solar powered - the sign was only illuminated as a vehicle approached.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 04, 2007 by J--M--B
A828-Loch Creran - Coppermine - 11504.jpg
A828 original route around Loch Creran

The road used to flood at the head of Loch Creran if there was a combination of heavy rain and high tide. Traffic was diverted around up the drive to a private house at Druimavuich. This used to be done by a temporary sign in the road but eventually these automatic signs were installed either side of the area that flooded. The detector seems to be in the base of a post in middle of that section. Everything was wind and solar powered - the sign was only illuminated as a vehicle approached.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 04, 2007 by J--M--B
A828Loch Creran - Coppermine - 11503.jpg
A828 original route around Loch Creran

The road used to flood at the head of Loch Creran if there was a combination of heavy rain and high tide. Traffic was diverted around up the drive to a private house at Druimavuich. This used to be done by a temporary sign in the road but eventually these automatic signs were installed either side of the area that flooded. The detector seems to be in the base of a post in middle of that section. Everything was wind and solar powered - the sign was only illuminated as a vehicle approached.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 04, 2007 by J--M--B
A828-Loch Creran - Coppermine - 11502.jpg
A828 original route around Loch Creran

The road used to flood at the head of Loch Creran if there was a combination of heavy rain and high tide. Traffic was diverted around up the drive to a private house at Druimavuich. This used to be done by a temporary sign in the road but eventually these automatic signs were installed either side of the area that flooded. The detector seems to be here in the base of a post in middle of that section. Everything was wind and solar powered - the sign was only illuminated as a vehicle approached.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 04, 2007 by J--M--B
A828-Loch Creran - Coppermine - 11501.jpg
A828 original route around Loch Creran

The road used to flood at the head of Loch Creran if there was a combination of heavy rain and high tide. Traffic was diverted around up the drive to a private house at Druimavuich. This used to be done by a temporary sign in the road but eventually these automatic signs were installed either side of the area that flooded. The detector seems to be in the base of a post in middle of that section. Everything was wind and solar powered - the sign was only illuminated as a vehicle approached.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 04, 2007 by J--M--B
A828-Loch Creran - Coppermine - 11500.jpg
A828 original route around Loch Creran

The road used to flood at the head of Loch Creran if there was a combination of heavy rain and high tide. Traffic was diverted around up the drive to a private house at Druimavuich. This used to be done by a temporary sign in the road but eventually these automatic signs were installed either side of the area that flooded. The detector seems to be in the base of a post in middle of that section. Everything was wind and solar powered - the sign was only illuminated as a vehicle approached.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 04, 2007 by J--M--B
A828-creagan1.jpg
Creagan Bridge and the new roundabout on the A828, from the cycle track on the south side.
Creagan Bridge, 1994 - Geograph - 2715257.jpg
Creagan Bridge, 1994 The disused former Ballachulish Branch railway bridge over Loch Creran at Creagan Narrows in the summer of 1994. This bridge has since been rebuilt to carry a road.
Creagan Bridge Rebuilding - Geograph - 300104.jpg
Creagan Bridge Rebuilding The old railway bridge during reconstruction as a road bridge. Two of the three supports were taken down and rebuilt using the original facing blocks.

 

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