I’ve added more images to my Scotland gallery. One of the new images is the Bridge of Carr. Erected by Brigadier-General Sir Alexander Grant of Grant in 1717 for estate purposes to provide passage for foot passengers, horses and stock and for funerals to Duthil Churchyard, hence its other local name “the coffin bridge”. The bridge took six months to built and cost £100. The specification for the bridge stated that it should be of “ane reasonable Breadth and Height as will Receive the water when in the greatest speat.” And it is – only the parapets of this bridge were washed away in the muckle spate of 1829.
The gallery can be found here.