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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BRIDGE OF FINDHORN Bridge of Findhorn (suspension and Pontage)
Bridge of Findhorn (suspension and Pontage)
Bridge of Findhorn (suspension and Pontage)
Bridge of Findhorn (suspension and Pontage)
N. McLeod Esqr. Dalvey
Table of Tolls,
Rev. [Reverend] John McEwan
Mr. Alexander Paxton
010.11 An elegant Suspension Bridge constructed of iron with handsome double stone towers connected by an arch at each end of the bridge; the towers rise about 60 feet above the bridge and are battlemented round the top, the bridge itself is above 40 feet above the bed of the River Findhorn which it crosses, the whole having an imposing appearance. It was built in 1832 and it is situated on the County Road from Forres to Nairn.
TOLL HOUSE [Bridge of Findhorn] Toll House
Toll House
Toll House
N. McLeod Esqr. Dalvey
Table of Tolls,
Rev. [Reverend] John McEwan
Mr. Alexander Paxton
010.11 There is a toll house at the N. [North] Western end for the collection of tolls, from all persons; animals, or vehicles crossing the bridge. The whole the property of the Bridge of Findhorn Company.

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