Yair Bridge

A bridge which conveys the A707 road over the River Tweed in the Scottish borders, Yair Bridge is located 2½ miles (4 km) north northwest of Selkirk. This three-span rubble structure was built in 1764 to a design by William Mylne (1734 - 1790). The triangular cutwaters extend up to the deck of the bridge where they form pedestrian refuges.

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