The Clachan Bridge

The Clachan Bridge

The Clachan Bridge is a single span stone bridge built in 1793 , it crosses the Clachan Sound in the West of Scotland , 8 miles Southwest of Oban . It is known as the 'Bridge over the Atlantic' because the Clachan Sound meets the Atlantic at both ends of Seil Island and the bridge connects the mainland to the island .

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Image size: 6034 x 4012, 5.32Mb | Camera details: NIKON D3200 | Date uploaded: 07/10/2018

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