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BRIDGE OF ALFORD Bridge of Alford
Bridge of Alford
Bridge of Alford
Bridge of Alford
Bridge of Alford
R. O. Farquharson Esq.
Revd. [Reverend] J. Gillan
Mr H. McConnagh
Mr F. Minto
Donside Guide Book
062 This is an excellent stone bridge, over the Don, on the leading road from Aberdeen to Strathdon etc. about 26 ¾ miles from Aberdeen, it consists of three good stone Arches, The S. [South] one being 65. links in span, The centre one 85. and the N. [North] 75. The arches are a considerable height from the bed of the River, and capable of passing very large floods; There is an excellent Dam, immediately adjoining the N. [North] end of the bridge. It is much frequented by Tourists in the Summer season. There was formerly a Ferry about 4 chains down the river (Called boat of Forbes) but since the bridge was built it is entirely done away with.

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Aberdeenshire Parish of Alford

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