Cramond Bridge

City of Edinburgh

Cramond Brig Pub
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Cramond Brig Pub

A location in NW Edinburgh where the busy A8 road crosses the River Almond, Cramond Bridge has long been associated with mills and a coaching inn. It takes its name from a bridge built here c.1500. A further bridge was built in 1823 and subsequently replaced in the 20th century. Founded in 1700, the Cramond Brig Inn remains as a public house and restaurant.

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