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The Clachan Bridge, Isle of Seil

More commonly known as 'The Atlantic Bridge'. It spans the Clachan Sound between the mainland and the Isle of Seil, 8 miles soth of Oban Built in 1792 by the famous scottish Engineer, Thomas Telford. Unfortunately the Petrol sold at the little filling station doesn't have trans-atlantic pricing.

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