Bridges in Inverness

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Bridges in Inverness

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  • andrewjenny
    Hervey Bay, Australia359 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    As mentioned it is a bouncy bridge connecting Inverness different parts of town. Good views of River Ness and worth experiencing.
    Written 28 October 2023
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  • Phoebe Teh Heard
    Wrexham, UK683 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Don't miss it, just a few hundred meters from Clava chairn, you will witness this marvellous, huge, beautiful Culloden viaduct.
    Written 24 July 2023
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  • Victoria B
    Raleigh, NC1,632 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Vehicle and pedestrian bridge to allow you to cross the River Ness. The view from all sides are stunning! The delicious Rocpool Michelin Restaurant is on one corner (eat here), while the horrific River Grill is on the opposite corner (avoid this spot at all costs). We used the bridge quite a bit in our two days in town.
    Written 24 April 2023
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  • alibatty🦇
    Dundee, UK5,038 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This iconic, 1056 metre long , cable-stayed steel bridge , crosses over the Beauly Firth between Inverness and the village of North Kessock on the Black Isle, and carries the A9 dual-carriageway. It was designed by German engineer Hellmut Homberg , and took 6 years to build , being officially opened in August 1982 by the Queen Mother. It was the first bridge in Europe to have seismic buffers incorporated, to help protect it from any seismic consequences of possible tectonic activity from the Great Glen fault line.
    The views whilst crossing over the Firth are very scenic, and it’s worthwhile stopping at the pretty village of North Kessock for a stroll, and to look back on the bridge and glorious highland vistas.
    Written 10 June 2023
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