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Howford Bridge

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Howford Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
B9090 Howford Bridge - close aerial from SW.jpg
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Location
Howford
County
Nairnshire
Highway Authority
Highland
Opening Date
1905
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Girder Bridge
On road(s)
B9090
Crossings related to the B9090

Howford Bridge carries the B9090 across the River Nairn a mile or so south of Nairn. The bridge is a 2 span girder bridge, with lattice work parapets and was built in 1905. The abutments and central pier are all stone, carrying the deep steel girders. Unfortunately, due to the vegetation along the river bank, it is difficult to see the bridge clearly, even in winter!




Howford Bridge
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Howford-br-plaque.jpgHowford-br2.jpgHowford-br1.jpgB9090 Howford Bridge - close aerial from SW.jpgB9090 Howford Bridge - distant aerial from S.jpg
Crossings of the River Nairn
Aberarder Bridge • Balnafoich Bridge • Bridge of Faillie • Daviot Bridge • White Bridge • Howford Bridge • Nairn Bridge



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