Victorian suspension bridge, Scotland

Victorian suspension bridge, Scotland

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Caption: Victorian suspension bridge over the River Dee, at Cambus O'May, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Completed in 1905, the main span of this bridge is 51.8 metres. It was built to replace a ferry and connect the village on the north side of the river with the railway station on the south. The railway and station are no longer there. Photographed in May.

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