|Allt a'Gheallaidh Gurkha Suspension Footbridge|
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All photos by Dave Cooper. Please do not reuse without permission. Dave writes: "It is another reputedly 'Gurkha' bridge over the Allt a'Gheallaidh a tributary of the River Spey about 9 miles upstream (south) of the Victoria (Penny) Bridge. This bridge is about 50 feet to the west of the Spey. About a mile north of Ballindalloch. It is on the Speyside Way and replaces a partly demolished single track rail bridge. The 8 inch 'H' beam bridge towers are 11 feet tall. The main cables are 1 inch in diameter. The suspended span is 81 feet 6 inches long."