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BRIDGE OF AVON (FORMERLY BRIDGE OF CAMPDALEMORE) OVER RIVER AVONLB8919

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
29/05/1986
Local Authority
Moray
Planning Authority
Moray
Parish
Kirkmichael (Moray)
National Park
Cairngorms
NGR
NJ 14960 20144
Coordinates
314960, 820144

Description

1754; partially reconstructed 1829. 2 arched rubble bridge,

higher at W bank than E. Unequal stone arch rings, the

larger, western arch passing over main stream. Triangular

cut-waters; parapet removed to accommodate temporary girder

type bridge; some breeze block repairs.

Statement of Special Interest

Damaged, circa 1976. Plaque at Well of Lecht near Tomintoul, commemorates building of road in 1754 "from here to Spey by

the 33rd Reg" which passes over Bridge of Avon.

Smaller arch destroyed in 1829 floods.

References

Bibliography

Thomas Dick Lauder, AN ACCOUNT OF THE GREAT FLOODS OF AUGUST

1829 (1830), p. 190, pl. XLVI.

Victor Gaffney, TOMINTOUL ITS GLENS AND ITS PEOPLE (1970), p.

35.

John Hume, THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF SCOTLAND, ii (1977),

p 181.

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