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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Spey Bridge
Spey Bridge
Spey Bridge
Mr Smith, Factor
Mr Mortimer, Station Master, Grantown
J. S. Black, Merchant, Spey bridge
A Anderson, Merchant, Spey bridge
035 A stone built bridge, which crosses the River Spey, about a mile South East of Grantown, and about a quarter of a mile NW [North West] of Grantown Railway Station. It was built in the year 1754 by the 33rd Regiment, under the superintendance of Lord Charles Hay, Colonel. It is now greatly out of repair and considered rather unsafe for heavy loads - County Road bridge.
STANDING STONE [Spey Bridge, 1754] Standing Stone
Standing Stone
Standing Stone
Mr Mortimer, Station Master
Mr Blacck, Merchant, Speybridge
Mr Anderson, Merchant, Speybridge
035 A small flat standing stone at the East end of the Bridge of Spey, placed there to commemorate the completion of the building of the Spey Bridge, in 1754

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