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DALTULLICH BRIDGE OVER RIVER FINDHORNLB2166

Status: Designated

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Summary

Information

  • Category: B
  • Date Added: 26/01/1971

Location

  • Local Authority: Moray
  • Planning Authority: Moray
  • Parish: Edinkillie

National Grid Reference

  • NGR: NH 98624 48820
  • Coordinates: 298624, 848820

Description

Late 18th century. High, slightly hump-back, single span

rubble bridge; dressed rubble arch ring buttressed at face;

dressed rubble parapet; sharply curved approaches at E and W;

modern pointing; 72' span.

Statement of Special Interest

Probably the bridge referred to in THE STATISTICAL ACCOUNT of

1792 as the bridge commissioned by Miss Brodie of Lethen and

Coulmony "about a mile below her house" (Coulmony) in that

year. "A most elegant arch, 72' wide....(which) within less

than a month after it was passable this useful bridge gave

way and fell into the river". Rebuilt shortly afterwards.

Also listed in Ardclach Parish, Nairn District, Highland

Region.

References

Bibliography

THE STATISTICAL ACCOUNT, viii, (1793) p. 555.

C Dick Lauder, AN ACCOUNT OF THE GREAT FLOODS OF AUGUST, 1829

(1830) pp. 57-8.

THE NEW STATISTICAL ACCOUNT, xiii (1842), p. 39.

Alistair Scott, BRIDGES IN MORAY (1981) no page nos.

Nigel Tranter, THE QUEEN'S SCOTLAND, THE NORTH-EAST (1974),

p. 262.

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