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MILLTOWN OF ROTHIEMAY, BRIDGE OVER RIVER DEVERONLB15613

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
22/02/1972
Local Authority
Moray
Planning Authority
Moray
Parish
Rothiemay
NGR
NJ 54783 48070
Coordinates
354783, 848070

Description

John Willet, Engineer; James Abernethy, Aberdeen, Founders;

dated 1872. 6-span bridge, the centre 4 spans carried by

ribbed cast-iron segmental arch rings; outer spans with

brick lined arch rings. Bullfaced grey granite piers with

triangular cutwaters; contrasting pink granite end

balustrades with tooled granite copes linking metal

balusters over each metal arch.

Approximate spans:

outer spans - 25'

centre spans - 40'

Statement of Special Interest

Cutwaters and abutments may have been incorporated from

earlier bridge which appears on 1st OS circa 1870. Bridge

restored 1987-88.

References

Bibliography

ABERDEEN JOURNAL, 6 March 1872; advertisement for tenders.

John R Hume, THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF SCOTLAND ii

(1977), p. 185.

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