|The bridge in Carrbridge, central Highlands. How the bridge came into being: the local church was on one side of the River Dulnain, and the graveyard was on the other. When the river was in flood, it was impossible to cross the bridge, delaying burials. So between May and November 1717 the Clan Chief of Clan Grant built a bridge, paid for out of proceeds from the Parish of Duthil. © 2004 Lawrence I. Charters
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