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Loch Awe
Dalmally Bridge

Dalmally Bridge

dalmallybridge.jpgover the River Orchy was the work of Ludovic Picard an architect who worked for Lord Breadalbane. In 1781 he had a number of projects at the western end of the Breadalbane Estates - Dalmally Bridge, the Bridge of Awe, which was swept away in 1992, Dalmally Inn and Kirk repairs, and several other houses in the area.

Dalmally Bridge was built to make movement of cattle and troops easier, as it formed part of the military road between Tyndrum and Oban. The bridge has been strengthened and repaired in the years since 1781, but still stands the force of the river in spate, and is a favourite spot from which to look for trout and salmon on a pleasant evening.

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