Disused Iron Railway Bridge

This old iron bridge once carried the Killin Railway over a small river. The Killin Railway was a railway in Scotland that took tourists from Loch Tay, through KIllin and eventually joined the Callander and Oban Railway at Killin Junction. The small railway was a branch line of the Callander and Oban Railway. The railway opened in 1886 and closed in 1965 when the Callander and Oban Railway closed.

Today a cycle and footpath now goes along this old section of railway and over the bridge.
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Pics: 3
A closer look at the bridge.
Looking towards Killin Station and now standing on the bridge.
Looking at the bridge from the river bank.
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