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Bowland Bridge

Bowland Bridge is a four-arch road bridge which crosses the Gala Water at Bowland in the Scottish Borders. It carries the B710 road from Caitha to Clovenfords. Constructed in whinstone rubble in 1815, at the expense of the County of Edinburgh, the parapets are topped with pink sandstone. It was B-listed in 1971 but downgraded to Category-C in 2009.

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