Disused Railway Bridge

This bridge was part of the railway that ran from Dunblane to Perth in Scotland from 1896 to 1951. This bridge sits on the section of line between the stations of Lochearnhead and St. Fillans. The bridge remains intact with its metal spanner and one concrete arch still there. The bridge would have taken the railway over a small farm track and across a small river. The bridge is hard to get across as it is very overgrown.
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About to cross the bridge. This view is looking towards Lochearnhead.
The overgrown railing.
Standing on the very overgrown bridge. This view is looking towards Lochearnhead.
Standing on a pile of dirt next to the bridge. Looking down on the overgrown railway and bridge. This view is looking towards Lohearnhead.
The bridge from the farm track.
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