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Taylorton Bridge

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Taylorton Bridge
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Bridge Type:  Concrete Bridge
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Taylorton Bridge

The A91 crosses the River Forth on an S2 basic three span concrete and steel structure just to the north-east of Springkerse Industrial Estate near Stirling. The bridge has no official name but several websites refer to it as the Taylorton Bridge, after the nearby farm to the south-east. The bridge was constructed in 1985 as part of the new A91 route from Logie to Bannockburn, creating a bypass to take traffic round the eastern side of Stirling. It therefore carries a wide S2 carriageway with rarely used pavements (there is no pedestrian provision on either side) between metal barriers as parapets.

Taylorton Bridge
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Crossings of the River Forth & Teith
River ForthCobleland Bridge • A81 Forth Bridge • Cardross Bridge • Poldar Bridge • Bridge of Frew • Gargunnock Bridge • Drip Bridge • M9 Forth Bridge • Stirling Bridges • Taylorton Bridge • Clackmannanshire Bridge • Kincardine Bridge • Queensferry Crossing • Forth Road Bridge
River TeithKilmahog Bridge • Callander Bridge • Doune Bridge
Allan WaterKinbuck Bridge • Dunblane Bridge • Bridge of Allan

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