Dundas Bridge

Dundas Bridge was a road and railway bridge in Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland. The bridges crossed River Lednock and are located near the former Comrie railway station. The railway closed in 1951 and the road is no longer used.

A small footbridge now uses the old road bridge abutments, while the railway bridge is now abandoned, but small remains of the railway bridge can still be seen.
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Pics: 9
Looking at the old abutment of the road bridge.
A view of the other road bridge abutment.
Amongst these plants you can still see the old brick work of the only remaining birdge abutment of the railway bridge.
Looking at the road bridge abutment.
A sign explaining about the bridges + an old picture of the bridges.
Standing on what once would have been the road looking towards the road bridge. The railway bridge would have been to the left on this picture.
The modern foot bridge with the old road bridge abutment behind it.
Looking onto the only remaining birdge abutment from the railway bridge.
Looking at the old abutment of the road bridge.
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