Greig Street Bridge

A cast-iron suspension bridge which crosses the River Ness, the Greig Street Bridge is the furthest downstream of Inverness's foot-bridges. The bridge was the work of the Rose Street Foundry in 1881 and was B-listed in 1971.

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