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The old road bridge at Ballantrae

Ballantrae lies 12 miles south of Girvan on the Ayrshire coast. The bridge dates from 1770 and crosses the river Stinchar to the south of the village. In the top left the ruin of Ardstinchar Castle can be seen, built in 1421, Mary Queen of Scots is said to have sheltered here in 1566. Stones from the castle were used to build the bridge.

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