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Greig Street Bridge
Primary Photographer(s): Bob Dover
Bridge Documented: September 20, 2014
Inverness: Highland, Scotland: United Kingdom
Not Available or Not Applicable
Main Span Length
201.0 Feet (61.3 Meters)
335.0 Feet (102.1 Meters)
3 Main Span(s)
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This suspension footbridge is noted for its ornamental towers. The stiffening truss appears to have been replaced with a modern bolted truss.
Official Heritage Listing Information and Findings
Listed At: Category B
Historic Environment Scotland Number: LB35248
Description C R Manners, CE, 1880-1. Suspension bridge, with
steel wire-rope cables, lattice-girder spans and pylons on
cast-iron piers. Statement of Special Interest Built by Ross
Street Foundry, Inverness. References Bibliography
INVERNESS ADVERTISER, July 9, 1880; John Hume, THE INDUSTRIAL
ARCHAEOLOGY OF SCOTLAND, ii 207
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