Skerries Bridge

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Skerries Bridge
Location Map ( geo)
North Mouth and South Mouth, Out Skerries - Geograph - 3928185.jpg
The current Skerries Bridge
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County
Zetland
Highway Authority
Shetland Islands
Opening Date
1957

The Skerries Bridge provides a link from the island of Bruray (where the Skerries Ferry lands) to the island of Housay for an unclassfied road.

According to wikipedia, the present bridge was constructed in 1957, replacing the first bridge built in 1899.





Skerries Bridge
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North Mouth and South Mouth, Out Skerries - Geograph - 3928185.jpg
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