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This stone arch bridge has been left in place for pedestrian use in its location next to the South Lodge of Ballindalloch Castle.
Official Heritage Listing Information and Findings
Listed At: Category A
Historic Environment Scotland Number: LB8462
George Burn, architect; dated 1800. High single span bridge with additional small arch at N bank. Rubble, tooled rubble arch rings springing from tooled ashlar abutment at S bank and similar pier with rounded cutwaters close to N bank. Tooled rubble parapet; drainage vents; later iron ties; 2 inscribed plaques in S facing spandrel.
Statement of Special Interest
Now by-passed. Upper plaque inscribed 'Built by General Grant of Ballandalloch 1800. G. Burn Arct.' Lower plaque inscribed 'Flood line 4 August, 1829'. George Burn (probably also contractor for Bridge of Avon) was contractor for Spey Bridge, Fochabers (1803) and Lovat Bridge, Beauly (1813), both designed by Thomas Telford. At this point the river rose 23' during the 1829 floods.
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Ballindalloch Castle, South Lodge, Adjacent to Bridge)
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