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Bridge of Ross

Bridge of Ross
©2019 Gazetteer for Scotland

Bridge of Ross

A narrow hump-back bridge crossing the River Earn at The Ross, a quarter-mile (0.5 km) west of Comrie in Perth and Kinross, the Bridge of Ross was constructed in 1792. Prior to the building of the bridge, The Ross was only accessible via a ford. which proved dangerous when the Earn was in spate.

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