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Ballachulish Bridge

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Carries  A82 trunk road
Opened  1975
Location  Ballachulish
Toll  No
Construction end  1974
Bodies of water  Loch Leven, Loch Linnhe
Ballachulish Bridge
Crosses  Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe
Locale  Ballachulish in Scotland
Design  Steel truss with fabricated box chords
Address  A82, Ballachulish PH49, UK
Architecture firm  W A Fairhurst and Partners
Constructed by  Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company
Similar  Ballachulish Ferry railway st, Pap of Glencoe, Loch Creran, Commando Memorial, Connel Bridge

Under over ballachulish bridge


The Ballachulish Bridge is a bridge in the west highlands of Scotland.

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It crosses the narrows between Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe, linking the villages of South Ballachulish (Argyll) and North Ballachulish (Inverness-shire). It carries the A82 road, the main route between Glasgow and Inverness.

The bridge was built by the Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Company and opened in 1975, replacing the Ballachulish ferry. It is a two-lane road bridge of through steel truss construction with fabricated box chords. It was designed by W.A. Fairhurst and Partners of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Ballachulish bridge


References

Ballachulish Bridge Wikipedia


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