Introduction
The Drovers of Cattle
The Military Roads
The Whisky Roads
The Walkers Roads
The Road Today
Tornahaish Gallery
Delavine Gallery
Allt Damh Gallery
Delavine Technical Paper
Links & Credits
Bibliography
Scottish History Online
18th Century Military Bridge, Delavine Burn - Scotland
an 18th century military road in the scottish highlands and 3 of its bridges

Pictures of the bridge over the delavine burn
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commerative plaque view 1 view 2 South West bridge surface exposed note centre line and gutters
south ramp of bridge surface exposed view of the support frame for the bridge at Delavine bridge being jacked
back into place
another view of the support frame for the bridge at Delavine
bridge from North West bridge from North East

Delavine Bridge was damaged by undermining of the north east section of the footings with the burn migrating. The bridge was largely intact, and was jacked back into place, new footings and roadway replacing the damaged section. The rest of the bridge was stabilised with the original cobble surface recovered with turves to protect the surface and the bridge from too much water percolation.

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