Disused Railway Bridge

Outside the Scottish town of Crieff are the remains of the old railway that went from Perth to Dunblane. When one is walking along the Lady Mary's Walk you will go under the remains of one of the many bridges that was used by the railway. The bridge spanners have been removed but the stone piers still remain. The bridge would have taken the railway across a small river.

The bridge piers are all that's left of the bridge today. The embankment on the west side is still there and walkable but overgrown. The embankment on the east side has been removed and a big playing field now occupies the site.

The bridge is located on the section of railway known as the "Crieff and Comrie Railway" which opened in 1893 and closed in 1964.
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The piers on the west side.
Standing on the east side of the bridge one can see the remaining piece of embankment on the other side of the playing field. This view is looking towards the site of Crieff station.
The piers on the west side.
The piers on the east side.
The piers on the west side.
The piers on the east side.
Standing on the embankment on the west side looking towards the bridge.
Standing on the east side looking at the piers crossing the river. This view is looking towards Comrie.
The piers on the west side.
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