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Wades Military Roads
 
 
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Two bridges in Glen Ogle. In the foreground the old military road built by Caulfeild in the 1750s, and in the background the current A85 route.
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Stones marking the edge of Cauldfeilds Military Road as it descends Glen Ogle, with the A85 up to the right.
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The old military road bridge below the modern A85 route in Glen Ogle
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The old military road is picked out by a line in the vegetation below the modern A85 as it descends Glen Ogle to Lochearnhead.
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The Callander & Oban Railway viaduct is a major landmark from the A85 as it descends Glen Ogle. Here, roles are reversed. In the glen below the old military road runs along the valley floor.
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The old Bridge of Avon, built in 1754 by Caulfeild as part of his military road.
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The old Bridge of Avon, built in 1754 by Caulfeild as part of his military road.
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Sluggan Bridge on the old military road to Inverness, since superseded by the A9
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General Wade's bridge over the River Gloy near the A82 at Invergloy
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Two bridges in Glen Ogle, that in the foreground carrying the Glen Ogle Trail, which follows the old military road, and the A85 bridge behind
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The old military road through Glen Ogle is still visible as a ledge curving round this low hillside.
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One of a number of old bridges on the old military road through Glen Ogle.
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This narrow forest ride is supposedly the route of the old military road just north of Glenoglehead
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The Bridge of Faillie, probably by General Wade, across the River Nairn on the old military road south from Inverness
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Looking across the Bridge of Faillie, probably by General Wade, across the River Nairn on the old military road south from Inverness
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Hidden in the trees is the Bridge of Faillie, probably by General Wade, across the River Nairn on the old military road south from Inverness
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The bridge built by General Caulfeild at Little Garve, just off the A835
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The main arch of the bridge built by General Caulfeild at Little Garve, just off the A835
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Looking across the bridge built by General Caulfeild at Little Garve, just off the A835, showing the curvature of the parapets at the eastern end.
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Dulsie Bridge over the River Findhorn, built by Caulfeild in 1755
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Dulsie Bridge over the River Findhorn, built by Caulfeild in 1755
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Dulsie Bridge over the River Findhorn, built by Caulfeild in 1755
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Looking across Dulsie Bridge over the River Findhorn, built by Caulfeild in 1755
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Dava Bridge over Dorback Burn on the A939 at Dava
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Dava Bridge over Dorback Burn on the A939 at Dava
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Dava Bridge over Dorback Burn on the A939 at Dava
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B9007 climbing up to the summit from the south
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Milepost on the Bridge of Cally on the A93
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The Bridge of Cally across the River Ardle on the A93
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The Bridge of Cally across the River Ardle on the A93
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The Bridge of Cally across the River Ardle on the A93
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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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Old Military Road near Braemar with A93 to the left

 
 
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