Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Craigellachie Bridge

Built from 1812 - 1814, the Craigellachie is the oldest bridge in Scotland. Designed by Thomas Telford and spanning the River Spey, it was one of the first cast iron bridges ever built. It's also a great spot to feel a light rain as you walk along the river after a dinner of "Highland" Chicken at the Highlander Inn, a speciality of chicken stuffed with haggis! (This photo looks a little crazy because it was shot with a panorama app on my iPhone.)

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