Craigholm Bridge

A graceful pedestrian bridge which crosses the River Ayr in a single span, the Craigholm Bridge takes its name from the two districts of Ayr which it connects; namely Craigie and Holmston. Constructed in re-inforced concrete, with a red-painted metal parapet, it opened on 8th November 1974.

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