St. Devenick's Bridge (Shakkin' Briggie)

St. Devenick's Bridge (Shakkin' Briggie) (StreetView)
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By LancelotLink @ 2010-09-03 10:14:43
St. Devenick's Bridge (locally known as the Shakkin' Briggie, or as Morison's Bridge) is a suspension footbridge which crosses the River Dee from Ardoe to Cults near Aberdeen in Scotland.
The foundation stone was place on 27 August 1836, and the bridge was opened in 1837.
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