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Parkhill Bridge

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Parkhill Bridge
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Location
Dyce
County
Aberdeenshire
Highway Authority
Aberdeen • Aberdeenshire
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Concrete Bridge
On road(s)
A947
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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