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Parkhill Bridge

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Parkhill Bridge
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Highway Authority
Aberdeen • Aberdeenshire
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Concrete Bridge
On road(s)
Crossings related to the A947

Parkhill Bridge, also known as Bridge of Dyce crosses the River Don on the A947 north of Dyce, Aberdeen. It is a modern concrete structure at a histoiric crossing point and consists of 4 spans, two spanning the river and a flanking span over each bank. The deck carries a wide two lane road with pavements on either side, although that on the west side is blocked with a secondary barrier to protect the parapets.

With the construction of the AWPR, the A947 immediately to the north of the bridge has been re-aligned to accommodate Goval Junction.

Parkhill Bridge
Crossings of the River Don
Cock Bridge • Luib Bridge • Colnabaichin Bridge • Bridge of Newe • Bridge of Buchaam • Bridge of Alford • Bridge of Keig
 • Inverurie Bypass Bridge • Inverurie Bridge • Don Bridge • Hatton Bridge • Parkhill Bridge • Persley Bridge • Brig o Balgownie • Bridge of Don

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