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Culloden Railway Viaduct

This impressive 28 span viaduct is the longest such masonry bridge in Scotland. It was built in 1898. It was designed by Murdoch Paterson for the Highland Railway and crosses the River Nairn on a curve with a span on some 549m. The bridge is still in use today. Map location.

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