Craigellachie Bridge is a cast iron arch bridge across the River Spey at Craigellachie, near to the village of Aberlour in Moray, Scotland. It was designed by the renowned civil engineer Thomas Telford and built from 1812 to 1814. It is a Category A listed structure.
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Very good reserved place. Recommend
Live locally.and an amazing place with great views anytime of the year.Luckily I get to walk my dog here everyday.
A gorgeous picnic spot with some history attached. Worth a visit and a walk alongside the Spey.
Lovely place. It's worth stopping for 15 minutes. We were traveling from distillery towards Inverness, so this was on the way. There is free small parking and no "openig hours"
Stunning walk along the bridge and along the river bank
Very pretty to stop and have a short walk.
Pretty structure if you happen to be passing by, it’s right off the main road, you can park just below it.
One of Thomas Telford's finest. A very attractive bridge that puts it's sucessor to shame. Right on the Speyside Way national walk and with easy access from the A95, it is well worth spending 20 minutes out of your journey to take a look around.
Fantastic historical bridge with easy access. Take your camera. Not to be missed if your on The Speyside.