The estate is Candacraig who were most supportive of the project.
The design team:
architects - The Morrison Partnership - 'email@example.com'
engineers - Peter Stephen & Partners -aspenconsult.co.uk now part of The
advisors and part funders, Historic Scotland
The Scottish Lime Centre
Other funding Partners
Heritage Lottery Fund -
European Union ERDF 5b Fund with the assistance from Aberdeenshire Council
Landfill Tax Credits through McIntosh Plant -
Ian Cumming -
The late Gordon Enterprise Trust and current Enterprise
North East Trust -
Acknowledgement also to Sandy Anton of Scottish Rights of Way Society
and Bill Marshall.
Local Web Sites
The Lonach Highland and
Historical, Tourist and Geographic
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network, subscription required for full
use of the site- SCRAN
A huge geographic gazeteer of Scotland-
National Trust for
www.caledonia-net.co.uk Scottish history site
Aberdeen and Grampian
Highlands Tourist Board
Scottish Tourist website
No 3 Candacraig
Square bed and breakfast.
Goodbrand Knitwear Corgarff- buy a beautiful Scottish
souvenir from our wide selection of tartan goods, clothing, gifts, crafts and
jewellery for sale online.-
Skiing and Recreation
Adventures outdoor and development training centre.
Highland Cattle and Beef
Synopsis of Work Undertaken
Allt Damh Bridge
(northernmost) 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
was damaged by undermining of the north east section of
the footings with the burn migrating. The bridge was largely intact, and was
jacked back into place, new footings and roadway replacing the damaged
section. The rest of the bridge was stabilised with the original cobble
surface recovered with turves to protect the surface and the bridge from too
much water percolation.
was the best preserved, with the bridge still taking
vehicular traffic before the start of the project! A new ford was
established, and boulders to prevent vehicle movements. The bridge surfaces
were repointed, and should now be stabilised for another century of so.
Project management by Gordon Enterprise Trust
and Enterprise North East Trust – who undertake a wide range of tourism and
community projects at the behest of local groups.
Web Site text-
by Drennan Watson
Web Site design- by
David Watson Hood
Delavine Technical Paper "The
Consolidation of an 18th Century Masonry Arch Bridge on The Old
Military Road at Corgarff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK." - by John D.
Addison, Peter Stephen & Partners and Daniela Dobrescu-Parr, The Morrison