Introduction
The Drovers of Cattle
The Military Roads
The Whisky Roads
The Walkers Roads
The Road Today
Tornahaish Gallery
Delavine Gallery
Allt Damh Gallery
Delavine Technical Paper
Links & Credits
Bibliography
Scottish History Online

an 18th century military road in the scottish highlands and 3 of its bridges

Pictures of the bridge over the allt damh burn

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  view along the halved bridge
detail view looking North West showing new track and old route half a bridge is better than none?

Allt Damh Bridge was stabilised only, and work done to protect the abutment on the south side from flood damage when the burn was/is in spate. Previously much of the stone work of the bridge had been re-used elsewhere!

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