North Ayrshire

A hamlet on a sharp bend in the River Irvine on the southern border of North Ayrshire, Drybridge lies 1 mile (1.5 km) south southeast of Dreghorn and 1¼ miles (2 km) north of Dundonald. Drybridge takes its name from a bridge built in 1811 to carry the road over the horse-drawn Kilmarnock & Troon Railway. The railway still passes by at the southern margin of the village but Drybridge station closed in 1969. Olympic Business Park lies to the south and a large pharmaceuticals plant is located to the west at Shewalton.

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