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Bridge of Dochart

Bridge of Dochart and Falls of Dochart at Killin, looking towards Ben Lawers
©2016 Gazetteer for Scotland

Bridge of Dochart and Falls of Dochart at Killin, looking towards Ben Lawers

A picturesque seven-span bridge over the River Dochart, immediately downstream of the Falls of Dochart, which carries the A827 road into the village of Killin in Stirling. Comprising four segmental arches of different widths, and three culverts, the bridge was built in 1760. Its central arch had to be reconstructed in 1831, following a flood. The bridge was A-listed in 1971. The island of Inchbuie is accessed via a gate part-way across the bridge.


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