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Brechin Bridge

A bridge crossing the River South Esk in SE Brechin (Angus), the Brechin Bridge is one of the oldest stone bridges in Scotland and dates, in parts, from the mid 17th century, although a bridge here can be dated back to the early 13th Century. It is locally known as the "Auld Bridge".

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