Tour Scotland Photograph Bridge Over River Shiel
Tour Scotland photograph of the old bridge over the River Shiel, a four kilometre long river in Acharacle, in the Highlands of Scotland. The old bridge is a narrow single arch span across a narrow point in the river, hidden amongst the trees. The bridge dates back to 1804, being constructed as part of Thomas Telford's road from Corran Ferry to Kinlochmoidart, where it terminated until the A861 road was extended in the mid 1960s.
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