Bedford Bridge

The Bedford Bridge is a suspension footbridge which crosses the Tarf Water in Glen Tilt, just as it joins the Allt Garbh Buidhe to form the River Tilt in Highland Perth and Kinross. It provides a link on an important route through the glen. A plaque on the bridge reads:

"This bridge was erected in 1886 with funds contributed by his friends and others and by The Scottish Rights of Way Society Ltd to commemorate the death of Francis John Bedford, aged 18, who was drowned near here on 25th August 1879".

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