Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Old Photograph Bridges River Garry Scotland


Old photograph of the road and railway bridges over the River Garry near Pitlochry in Highland Perthshire, Scotland. The River Garry is a major tributary of the River Tummel, itself a tributary of the River Tay, in the traditional county of Perthshire in the Scottish Highlands. It emerges from the northeastern end of Loch Garry, just to the South East of the Pass of Drumochter, and flows southeastwards and eastwards down Glen Garry to the narrow Pass of Killiecrankie beyond which it joins the River Tummel.



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